Bird feeder stands are a great way to encourage birds to visit your yard. Not only are you providing them with sustenance all year long but you can also get an up-close view of nature at work. Birdwatching is an exciting hobby and this is a great way to get started. These bird feeder stands come in a variety of styles to suit any home or apartment. Here are some of the best bird feeder stand in 2021 for you.
As an alternative to a bird feeder stand, this set pulls the look of your yard together; all you need to add is your bird feeder and a flag up to 12.5& wide. A rubber stopper and clip keep the flag in place. The S-shaped hook hangs nearly anywhere around your home. The flag holder requires assembly, and the S-hook can swing pretty hard in a strong wind.
Give your yard a makeover with this garden flag stand with a two-prong stake that comes with a matching bird feeder hook. They’re made of powder-coated steel and designed to withstand the elements.
The height of the food and water pans is adjustable. The stand has a base with four prongs for stability and a finial on top that makes it look even fancier. The bird feeder does need to be put together but it doesn’t take more than 20 minutes. If the stand is placed in a location exposed to the elements, it may develop rust quickly.
This fancy bird feeder includes adjustable hooks for multiple food sources plus food and water pans. It comes with a suet feeder and a tube feeder, leaving you to customize the last two hooks.
The stand are 35 high and come as a set of two so that you can welcome even more feathered friends to your yard. The sturdy hooks hold up to eight pounds. The height may allow squirrels to access the feeder. And if you lean too hard into the hook when anchoring it, you can bend it at the base.
These outdoor shepherd-style bird feed holders are made of metal and feature a 5-prong anchor to hold them steady in the ground. The deep curves prevent feeders from getting knocked off.
The stand come with two shallow bowls that are 7” wide, one for food and one for water. They are easy to lift from the feeder, wash, fill, and drop back into place so as not to disturb the birds routine. If you tighten the clamp too hard, it can leave a mark on the deck railing. It can take a while for birds to realize the new feeder is there for them.
No matter what kind of home you live in, this bird feeder can be attached to a deck railing with a clamp. Screw it onto a railing up to 2” wide to provide birds with a stable source of food and water.