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The other goal of this feeder was weather protection. We recently tested it through 3" of rain and the seed stayed DRY, the result of a roof design that well overhangs the trough and includes a sealed filler cap.
Unfortunately, it is hard to find a commercial feeder that can make similar claims. Most have poorly designed troughs that spill over, and/or they are hardly rain-proof resulting in wet seed turning to moldy clumps that can sicken birds if left uncleaned.
At MagicHalo.org, our goal is to feed and propagate native birds only, and do it efficiently with minimal waste and effort. To that end, we recommend single-stream feeding (one seed type, e.g. Sun or Safflower, not mixed), and if you prefer more, split them among multiple feeders. Email us anytime if you have any questions or need advice. We're happy to help: email@example.com