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[Amazon.ca] Perky Pets Bird Feeders!! 50%-69% OFF *maybe PM only?*

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[Amazon.ca] Perky Pets Bird Feeders!! 50%-69% OFF *maybe PM only?*

I've been looking for bird feeders now that spring is almost here! (and yes...it is almost here :D !)

Here's what I came across on Amazon today (please note: I have amazon prime so not 100% sure if the deals are the same for everyone!):

Perky-Pet 112-4 Garden Song Select-a-Bird Tube Feeder with Metal Finish - Regular $32.00 SALE $12.00 (63%OFF): https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B000GGOG0S
Perky-Pet 325S Panorama Bird Feeder - Regular $49.99 SALE $24.99 (50%OFF): https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B0079GHJWK
Perky-Pet 348 Window Wild Bird Feeder - Regular $18.00 SALE $7.79 (57%OFF) **Add-on Item**: https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B000NVM2L6
Perky-Pet Carnival Glass Vintage Oriole Feeder 8135-2 - Regular $32.00 SALE $14.00 (57%OFF): https://www.amazon.ca/Perky-Pet-Carniva ... B01CVQQO82
Perky-Pet 68 23" Metal Hook for Bird Feeders - Regular $16.00 SALE $4.98 (69%OFF) **Add-on Item**: https://www.amazon.ca/Perky-Pet-68-Meta ... B000HHO7K0
Perky-Pet 476-3 Glass Hummingbird Feeder, 20 oz. - Regular $26.00 SALE $12.00 (54%OFF): https://www.amazon.ca/Perky-Pet-476-3-G ... B000AF8QO2

Now get out there and feed some birdies :)
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Great timing! My neighbourhood birds thank you OP! :)
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Just a public service announcement that you shouldn't use feeders in the summer. The weather combined with rotting seed can promote disease. In fact, here in NS last summer we we begged to bring in our feeders to prevent the spread of a killer:

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scot ... -1.4290229

If you're all out to use them in the summer, please take them in every week and scrub with diluted bleach to cut down on the spread of disease or mold.

Great prices though! I'm going to take advantage of them for next winter.
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TartanToed wrote: Just a public service announcement that you shouldn't use feeders in the summer. The weather combined with rotting seed can promote disease. In fact, here in NS last summer we we begged to bring in our feeders to prevent the spread of a killer:

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scot ... -1.4290229

If you're all out to use them in the summer, please take them in every week and scrub with diluted bleach to cut down on the spread of disease or mold.

Great prices though! I'm going to take advantage of them for next winter.


Oh my! I didn't know about this however I am one that cleans my feeders out weekly :)

Thanks for this info TartanToed
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I used to love bird feeders because we get a lot of birds in our neighbourhood. However, my neighbour has bird feeders and the spilled bird seed on the ground attracts a lot of rats. This is a real problem for me because his bird feeder is close to my fence. He's a good neighbour and I love the birds (although they fly into my windows alot) but I really don't like the rats. Rats love bird seed as do squirrels and they will go a long way to get some.

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