Thank you to Coralov for sending a bird feeder for review in exchange for my honest opinion.
I love watching the birds outside through my big dining room window. Most of the winter this year I didn’t have a bird feeder out because I needed a new one. Recently I got a new feeder from Coralov (on Amazon). I put the feeder up right away and added a wild bird seed mix. Within an hour, the birds had found the feeder! It is so nice to see the cute little sparrows and chickadees show up to my bird feeder. I am unable to get a good photo of the birds on the feeder through my windows and it’s been too chilly outside for me to wait outside with my camera to capture them, but this summer I’m hoping to get some great bird pictures as they visit my feeder.
Something unique about this feeder from Coralov is the telescopic design. If you are storing the feeder for the winter, it takes up only about half the space that a traditional feeder of this size would.
The Coralov Bird Feeder holds up to 4 pounds of bird seed at a time. It features six perches and is suitable for both small birds like finches and larger birds like cardinals. The bottom plate has drainage holes so you won’t need to worry about the feeder taking on water when it rains. The top of the feeder slides up and you fill it from the top. Super simple. Overall I am pleased with the features of this bird feeder!
If your mom or dad are bird watchers like mine are, this feeder would make a great Mother’s Day or Father’s Day gift! I’m planning to gift this bird feeder to my mom for Mother’s Day this year and I know she will love it!
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Hi, my name is Asha. I am 34-years-old and am a nurse by profession. Right now I am battling Breast Cancer. My husband and I have been married for 8 years and together we have a sweet seven-year-old daughter, a fun four-year-old son, and a lovable bunny named Caramel. I enjoy spending time with family, taking photographs, scrapbooking, hunting, fishing, cooking and gardening.
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