Droll Yankees

Droll Yankees started in 1969 when Peter Kilham produced the A-6F tubular bird feeder.

This feeder led to a new and exciting approach to bird feeding.

As an artist, engineer and inventor, he cared about using quality materials and innovative design to create bird feeders that birds were attracted to and people found easy to use.

The A-6F remains a best seller and its functional simplicity preserves its place as the standard in the industry.

They continue to strive to sustain the high standards of innovation and functionality set by Peter Kilham. They are proud of their feeders and the legacy of being acknowledged as producers of the world's best bird feeders.

Droll Yankees produces a wide variety of well-known bird feeders and bird houses.

With their high quality and economical price, “Bird Lovers” are perfect for the beginning backyard birder. “Classics” set the standard in the industry with the A6 feeders. The “Precious Metals Collection” sets a higher standard for outdoor décor. This collection is available in copper patina, copper and platinum finishes. The “Heirloom Gold” line makes a perfect gift for the bird lover in your life. The “New Generation” feeders come in two powder coat finishes, burgundy and green.

Droll Yankees has become famous for their squirrel proof bird feeders:

* Yankee Flipper Squirrel Proof Bird Feeder * Yankee Tipper Squirrel Proof Bird Feeder * Yankee Whipper Squirrel Proof Bird Feeder

Specialty feeders include domed feeders, window feeders, peanut feeders, suet feeders, hummingbird feeders, caged feeders and hopper feeders.

Droll Yankees also offers a full line of bird feeder accessories, including hooks, poles seed trays, squirrel guards and hangers.

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