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Stovall Wood Pavilion Feeder

$57.91
Regularly: $66.60
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Stovall Wood Pavilion Feeder

$57.91

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Product Summary:

Stovall Wood Pavilion Feeder

Crafted using sturdy materials, this Stovall Wood Pavilion Feeder is sure to enhance any garden area. Wish to feed wild birds and engage yourself in delightful bird watching? If yes, then our collection of bird feeders is just perfect for you. Each and every product in this assortment boasts of lasting usability and is impeccably crafted to feed your beautiful feathered friends. Sturdy and easy to use, they are sure to attract all types of birds, especially the wild and rare species. Make sure you get one of these right away!

Product Features:

  • Feeder can be used for seed or food block.
  • It is assembled with stainless steel and dichromate plated hardware.
  • It is hand crafted in Michigan.


Item Specifications:

Dimensions:
15" H x 17" W x 20" L

Construction:
Cedar

Item Number Model Number UPC
G40473 SP5F 894259002119

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I have a outdoor water bowl for neighbors walking their dogs. I wanted to cover it to keep the water cooler and keep out the pine needles.
Rochelle M on May 23, 2017
I have a outdoor water bowl for neighbors walking their dogs. I wanted to cover it to keep the water cooler and keep out the pine needles.
Rochelle M on May 23, 2017