Solar Bird Feeder - Red Glass Mason Jar and Black Metal
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Imagine relaxing on your deck in the evening, and watching night-herons, patoos, and maybe even nighthawks, flying in for a snack. Why are they visiting your home? Because your bird feeder is lit with a solar light.
This solar bird feeder has a bold Red glass mason jar. The Red/Amber LED bulb casts a Red to Orange lighting throughout the entire jar when empty and out the top when filled with bird seed. As the bird seed is eaten, more and more of the glass mason jar will be exposed to the beautiful Red lighting. When you can see most of the jar lit up in Red, you'll know it's time to add more bird seed!
This is a great size for a solar powered bird feeder at 9" Long, with a 6.75" Diameter. The Mason Jar holds about a quart of bird seed, and will feed 3 birds at once. It's a wonderful hanging size for your viewing pleasure. The 6" Metal Chain and Hook brings the total size when hung to 15" Long.
- Bird Feeder with Solar LED Light, Free Shipping included
- Size is 9" H with a 6.75" Diameter, 6" Chain and Hook for total hanging length of 15"
- Glass Mason Jar bird seed holder is 3.5" D x 6" L
- Glass jar holds about a quart of bird seed, and is protected with chicken wire
- Has 3 slots at the bottom for bird seed to fall into the dish, and 3 drain holes in the dish if rain water gets in
- Made from Metal, with a Black Matte Finish, and Glass
- Solar panel and integrated light sensor, 1.5" x 1.5", are located on top of the feeder and must receive sun in order for the light to come on at night
- On/Off button is also located on top of the feeder. Be sure to push to ON position when you want the bird feeder to light up at night
- Includes a 1.2V AAA Ni-MH solar rechargeable battery
To fill the Mason Jar with Bird Seed:
- Unscrew the bird seed holder dish from the glass jar by turning counterclockwise
- Fill the jar with dry bird seed
- Screw the dish back onto the mason jar by turning clockwise. You may have to push the jar down a bit for the grooves to begin turning
To replace the AAA Ni-MH battery:
- The complete top of the bird feeder never comes off, don't try since it will break the clips holding the jar onto the top
- Lift out the smallest circle on the very top that has the solar panel and on/off button embedded
- Use a fingernail, or a sharp knife, and gently lift up on the other side of the circle from the on/off button, then gradually lift it out
- Remove the 3 screws on the bottom of the module
- Remove the old battery and install the new battery, be sure to install with the correct polarity
- IMPORTANT NOTE: Whenever you change the battery, place the module upside down on a towel to remove the screws, otherwise the solar panel and light sensor can be ruined. Put the smallest amount of pressure onto the module as possible while you are removing and replacing the screws.