Accent your Perky-Pet? bird feeder purchase with a little extra elegance with a decorative beaded hanging hook. Each copper finished and rose tinted hook can hold 35 lb, meaning the hook will hold any bird-seed filled feeder Perky-Pet? offers. These hooks aren't just for holding bird feeders, either. Use the hook with wind chimes, hanging plant baskets and other decorations.
The Perky-Pet? beaded copper finish hummingbird perch is an elegant addition to your array of hummingbird accessories. Simply hang near your feeders or close to nectar-producing flowers and soon you'll see the little dynamos making use of it. Hummingbirds will use the perch to wait for an opening at your feeder and flowers or to take a break after they've had their fill of nectar. It's also good to position one of these perches near water sources too, since birds of different species will often avoid congregating in bird baths at the same time. The perch, which measures about 5 in wide and close to 7.25 in tall isn't just for hummingbirds either. Any bird will be happy to use it for a resting spot since it provides an unobstructed view in all directions. For photographers, the perch also provides an opportunity for picture-taking, birds are likely to remain on the beaded copper finish hummingbird perch for a minute or two and that means they will be sure to strike just the right pose.
The Perky-Pet? Mason jar wild bird waterer offers fresh, clean water to attract a larger variety of birds while adding a rustic look to any bird lover's yard. The blue color of this bottle is reminiscent of vintage blue glass canning jars used in the 1800's. The waterer is simple to fill and clean, just unscrew the bottle from the base, fill with water, and screw the base back into place - it's that easy. If you want to attract more birds to your yard then the Perky-Pet? wild bird waterer is for you. Water is an essential element for attracting birds. By adding water to your offering along with a food source, you???ll attract a larger variety of birds including birds that don???t eat seed such as the popular bluebird, swallow and warbler.