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At my home in Maine on a cold snowy day, I was sitting at my window seat watching the birds feed at a couple of my bird feeders I had positioned just outside my window.
As I watched them gather on one of the feeders, I observed how much fighting was going on, i guess it is their survival instinct to not let another bird too close to where they themselves were eating. As I watched all this bickering going on and seeing how stressed some of the birds seemed to be, I was trying to think of a solution, another bird feeder perhaps? well when I added another feeder I wanted to make sure the birds are separated a little, so I designed this simple tray feeder.

At 24'' long and nearly 6 1/2'''' wide, this feeder offers much more room for birds to feed side by side.

Handcrafted using Maine grown pine, this feeder was left natural so the buyer can paint it if desired, this feeder will give pleasure to you and attract birds to your garden for many years to come.

This feeder mounts easily to a the readily available birdhouse posts or bird feeder posts that have a metal plate that attaches to feeders or houses. If you do not have a birdhouse or feeder pole you may want to check out our option of a tray feeder with a pole mount already attached http://www.etsy.com/listing/71948230/tray-platform-wild-bird-feeder

The mesh bottom is great for holding black oil sunflower seed, and because of the size of the screen, it cleans easily.

A note on the construction of this feeder, we use screws, nails and exterior wood glue to offer a strong, sturdy item.