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SeedHoop

~ Catches up to 90% of spilled seeds.
~ Quickly pays for itself in saved bird seed.
~ Dual purpose - seed catcher & platform feeder.
~ Saves money by reducing wasted seed.
~ Adapts to fit virtually any bird feeder.
~ Can be used on pole mounted feeder.
~ Keeps birds safe from ground predators.
~ Attracts more wild birds to enjoy.

  • SeedHoop Bird Seed Catcher

    Save bird seed and your lawn with a SeedHoop! Saves money by catching up to 90% of spilled seed!

    Protects lawn and garden from rotting seeds, weeds, and damage to grass. Keeps birds safe from ground predators and eliminates a food source for rodents. Is durable, lightweight and easy to attach, and adapts to virtually all bird feeders. Straps to bird feeders via included adjustable cords each 36 inches in length. Has a wind guard which saves even more seed.

    Seed saucers are made of light weight exterior grade vinyl coated fiberglass mesh. The frame is of lightweight flexible tempered steel wire that can be twist folded and collapsed to 1/3 its expanded size for easy storage. The sleeve is made of exterior grade polyester. Hooks are corrosion resistant. Nylon cords adjust easily to virtually any feeder.

    A songbird essentials for bird lovers. Makes it possible for those in an apartment to still feed the birds. Provides another feeding level for birds like Cardinals and Juncos.

  • Key Features

     ~ Wind guard keeps seed from blowing away.
    ~ Protects lawn from rotting bird seed.
    ~ No mess on ground below feeder to clean.
    ~ Creates a seed saucer for ground birds.
    ~ A songbird essentials for bird lovers.
    ~ No more bird seed disappearing in snow.
    ~Eliminates a food source for rodents.
    ~ Comes in three sizes to match your need.
    ~ Sizes: 16" small, 24" medium, 30" large.

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$21.99
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  • What are people saying about the SeedHoop

    "I feed the birdies year around and have this under the feeder near my window. I love it because there is no waste all over the ground. Also, the birdies hop in it and eat what's fallen out. Very good and worth it if you enjoy birds." Erika

    "This worked well. I cut an x in it to run the pole through and even with the weight of 12 pigeons it never tore. It catches the seeds well and the birds eat more and less sprouts on the ground. It also blocked my cat from being able to jump up and snatch the birds as they ate." Heidi

    "Before purchasing this I had a lot of wasted seeds and shells collecting under the feeder which made a real mess. Now any seeds that the birds throw out of the feeder collect on the screen and birds get a 2nd shot at getting to them before the squirrels do (I also have a baffle on the shepherds hook to keep the squirrels away from the feeder). I also have mourning doves landing on the screen to feed and it is strong enough to support them. Any waste that does collect under the feeder is now scattered further and easier for it to decompose back into the soil without getting moldy." Christine

    "I was a little hesitant to buy this hoop after reading some of the reviews about the birds not liking it,but I am thankful I bought it!
    I live on the second floor of my apartment complex, and the pesky sparrows come and toss the food onto my patio and the patio of the neighbor below me. They have a favorite feed that I have out, so I hung this up below the feeder housing it, and magically, I have not had to sweep my neighbor's porch for a few weeks (since the birds have returned)!
    As other reviewers have mentioned, the birds did not use the feeder for 2 weeks after I first hung the hoop up. Once they adjusted to it being there, they now come and sit in the hoop, and some of the birds eat the food that the others have tossed out. I could not be more pleased!"

    "The quality of this hoop is beyond expectations. It has several sturdy hangers to attach to either the feeder or the pole or the tree (or what have you). The hangers are easy to adjust to length which can be very long or short, whatever is needed. It came in a spiffy box and the hangers were in a sweet little bag. Loved that! It is working just great. I am able to save lots of feed to recycle into the feeder and even the birds are hopping around on the surface of it happily picking up some strays. I couldn't be happier with this purchase and highly recommend." Carianti

FAQ

What are the SeedHoop secifications?

The base is made of lightweight exterior grade vinyl-coated fiberglass mesh which catches spilled bird seed but allows water to drain and seeds to dry.
The frame is made of lightweight tempered steel wire that provides flexibility so that it can be twist folded and collapsed to fit into a bag about 1/3 its expanded size.
The 1/2” sleeve is made of exterior grade polyester, as is the storage bag. Heavy nylon straps sewn to the outer circumference, attach corrosion resistant D-rings to the hoop.
The attaching hooks are also made of corrosion resistant metal. The round button cord snap and small connecting hooks are made of plastic. Cords are nylon.

How do I attach the SeedHoop to a hanging bird feeder?

~ Lay the SeedHoop on the ground or other flat surface.
~ Place your bird feeder in the center of the SeedHoop.
~ Attach the snap hooks to the D rings on the SeedHoop.
~ Adjust each cord by squeezing the button and pulling the cord through to the desired length.
~ Hook the metal hooks over the rim of your bird feeder, distributing them as evenly as possible.
~ The optimum distance the SeedHoop should hang below your feeder is about 6” -- If it exceeds 6”, more seed will be lost; less than 6”, birds will not be able to feed as easily under the feeder.

How do I attach the SeedHoop to a pole feeder?

~ Remove your bird feeder from the pole.
~ In the center of the SeedHoop, cut a small X (just smaller than the diameter of the pole).
~ Gently push the SeedHoop over the top of the pole (if needed, enlarge the X just enough to allow the SeedHoop to fit snugly over the pole).
~ Reposition the bird feeder on the pole.
~ Attach the snap hooks to the D rings on the SeedHoop.
~ Adjust each cord by squeezing the button and pulling the cord through to the desired length.
~ Hook the metal hooks over the rim of your bird feeder distributing them as evenly as possible.
~ The optimum distance the SeedHoop should hang below your feeder is about 6” -- If it exceeds 6”, more seed will be lost; less than 6”, birds will not be able to feed as easily under the feeder.