Weather Guard/ Baffle for Bird Feeder - 22 in.
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Baffles / Weather Shields
Attaches to your bird feeder to protect it from the rain. The baffle uses a double hook design so that there is a hook above and below the baffle. This allows the baffle to hang from a item above (hanger/wire etc.) and hang a feeder to it from below.
Size: 22 INCH
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Weather Guard/ Baffle for Bird Feeder - 22 in. Additional information:
Attaches to your bird feeder to protect it from the rain
Actual size 22 x22 x.25 Color (if applicable):
GREEN / Size (if applicable):
Continental US shipping costs: 23.14 (We do not charge handling)
Buy Weather Guard/ Baffle for Bird Feeder - 22 in. and add $80.1 more to your cart to qualify for free shipping. *Weight restrictions may apply.Weight: 10.0
lbs. Why so heavy? This weight is artificially elevated because of a large or unusual size. This is called "dimensional weight". Because of the size, the carrier charges as if this product weighed the displayed amount.
Surcharge: 9.00 Why a surcharge? The dimensions or packaging of this product exceeds criteria set by the shipping carrier.
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You will normally get your order in 3 - 7 business days (depending on how far you are from the warehouse).
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Comments, Reviews and Ratings
Extremely quick shipping (arrived far earlier than I
expected!), & extremely easy to install. More
importantly, the shield has protected the birds while
feeding in all but the windiest of rains. MOST
important - the squirrels are absolutely befuddled when
trying to get to the feeder, which is about 2' from
the trunk & 2' from the branch.CT family, Fri Apr 25, 2014
I received today.It is very easy to install I have the
hanging platform feeder.No more worry about the snow
and the rain getting into the seeds.BIRDLOVER, Thu Oct 11, 2012