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cortland bird feeder

by Jo-Anne & Gerald Warren
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Feathered Feast

This bird feeder is a long flight from the garden-variety seed tray. It offers you a way to serve up some nutrient-rich treats for birds like woodpeckers, cardinals, bluebirds, and goldfinches that love to eat suet. Made from rustic, red stoneware, its three cylinders have a rough surface that resembles branches, and offers birds a sturdy perch as they dine. Suspended from a brass chain accented with colorful glass beads, it hangs easily from tree branches, porch eaves, or wherever there's a window for you to enjoy watching your flying guests. Comes with recipe cards for vegan suet alternatives. Made in Ontario, Canada.

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brass, stoneware, glass beads
Longest tube: 7" L, all tubes are 1.75" dia.; Chain: 15" L
Includes brass hanging chain that will support up to 30lbs. and recipe card.
Care: Weatherproof; in warmer climates put feeder in shade to preserve bird food.
clean with soapy water and allow to dry completely.
  • the maker
Jo-Anne & Gerald Warren

Jo-Anne & Gerald Warren

With a name like Amaranth, a mythical flower that is said to never fade, Jo-Anne & Gerald Warren's stoneware has a lot to live up to. Fortunately, it does, both in terms of beauty and durability. Using a firing process that can exceed 2000 degrees, Amaranth products are built to last, withstanding all elements and seasons, yet maintaining their signature charm. The Warren's make sure all their handmade stoneware is made in an environmentally friendly fashion and hope you take as much pleasure in their art as they do in exploring new ways to innovate current standards. collection

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169votes, 19 comments

Cassie, UncommonGoods

At first glance, this handmade stoneware creation may appear to be a piece of modern art--but it's actually a unique bird feeder! Would your garden or yard dwelling feathered friends love to land on it for a feast?

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I like this design. Looks as if it would blend with the landscape. The stoneware would probably clean-up nicely, too.

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I've made and used feeders with holes for suet or peanut butter. It is fun to attract a variety of birds and to watch them.

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Very cute.

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Classy and not too flashy. I for one love watching the birds. Good idea

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I would love to see this just hanging in my garden! Beautiful design, simple and looks easy to take care of.

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Very simple design. Cute, practical idea for the garden

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So unique...I already know who I would buy it for


Very nice. Great to see an item from Canada!

Carol Kronenwetter
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Beautiful design. Simple, elegant, purposeful.

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Love that it includes recipes for vegan suet!!!

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It would look awesome in my garden. Love the jewelry

mary kay
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It's the perfect feeder for a smaller tree. LOVE IT!!!

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I love this, I'm always looking for new ways to attract birds to my garden. My old wood and wire suet feeder is caput. I hope this very useful and beautiful product get voted in!

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looks like art--i love hanging items from my many trees--and this is functional too. i feed the birds a lot and they like suet especially in the winter.

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I see it as both interesting and unusual. Thumbs up.

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I really want one or two or three...

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Love it's artsy looks. Is it bird tested for appeal and durability? The brass ball chain and hang ring look a bit delicate.


I want it right now. My birds will love it.

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