A RECYCLING BIRD FEEDER
The feeder is designed to fit on almost any cage, from the professional breeder using welded cage wire to the pet bird in a Wrought Iron decorative cage. The feeder is made of two main parts, (PART A) the half that goes on the inside of the cage where the bird eats and (PART B) the half that goes on the outside of the cage which holds the food. Feeder (Part A) has bolts in the backplate of the feeder as it shows in the diagram, and the matching holes are in (Part B). When the two halves of the feeder are put back together, matching the holes with the bolts, and the cage wire or bars are inbetween the two halves, then you have a recycling whole birdfeeder that you can feed from the outside.
To install on any cage simply follow these steps:
STEP 2) Take part A (Inside) of feeder, put inside of cage with bolts protruding thru the bars of the cage to the outside.
STEP 3) Take part B (Outside) of feeder, align ¼" holes with the ¼" bolts on part A (Inside) of feeder and reassemble the two halves of the feeder back together.
STEP 4) Resecure wingnuts to ¼" bolts that were previously removed. Tighten down snugly, "DO NOT OVER TIGHTEN" see notice below.
STEP 5) Lift top door and pour in any dry food that you feed your bird such as seed, pellet or nuts.
STEP 6) To remove hulls and uneaten food from lower bin, simply put a small container under the bottom door, lift bottom door and retrieve. The food that normally was all over the floor is now reusable, just blow off hulls with a fan or hair blow dryer, or sift out pellet powder with a flour sifter and put uneaten food back in the upper bin and top food level off with seed, pellet or nuts.
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