Songbird Essentials Multi-Purpose Chalet with Stake
- blackbirds, bluebirds, cardinals, chickadees, finches, flickers, goldfinches, grackles, grosbeaks, jays, juncos, kinglets, mockingbirds, nuthatches, orioles, redpolls, robins, siskins, sparrows, starlings, tanagers, thrushes, titmice, towhees, warblers, waxwings, woodpeckers, and wrens
Feeder Holds: cracked corn, fruit, mealworms, mixed seed, peanut chunks, peanuts in shell, safflower seed, suet, sunflower kernels, sunflower seed, and thistle seed
Songbird Essentials pride themselves in providing patented products that are highly specialized for attracting birds to yards across America. Whichever songbird you like best, Songbird Essentials probably has a bird feeder or accessory for you.
Award-Winning Birding Inventions
The company won numerous awards over the years. Bird Watch America and Lawn & Garden Distributing Show have both honored Songbird Essentials for the Twirl-A-Squirrel squirrel baffles. It is a unique bird feeder accessory that helps protect your feeder from squirrels.
Family Owned, American Made
Songbird Essentials is based in Mexico, Missouri (we know it’s a little confusing) and completely family owned and operated. Owned by Mel and Bev Toeller, it is the fastest growing company producing wild bird related products in North america.
Over 95% of products are made in The United States, a unique differentiator in an industry dominated by a quest for inexpensive manufacturing. The company’s patented products have been featured in publications around the United States and Europe, including Gardening How-To and Missouri Life. The company offers a variety of birdhouses, bird feeders and birding accessories. Browse our selection by clicking below...
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1 review for Songbird Essentials Multi-Purpose Chalet with Stake
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I had a problem with squirrels, so I put the feeder in the ground in front of a Pine tree. Then I drilled a hole in the back of the chalet and drove a screw into the tree.
Squirrels no longer pull the feeder down.