This simple design is effective. You can also customize it to fit your needs.
SUPPLIES FOR 2 WILDLIFE FEEDERS
One 4 inch PVC pipe 10 feet in length
Two 4in. x 4in. x 2in. PVC DWV HxHxH WYE
Four 4in. knockout test caps
One can of PVC pipe glue
First, you need to decide how tall your feeder will be. I recommend cutting the 10ft pipe into two 5ft pieces so you can make two even sized feeders. When you have cut your desired length, glue one end of the pipe into the top of the Y shaped piece. Next, take one test cap and glue it to the bottom of the Y shaped piece. Do NOT glue the top test cap. Make sure bottom test cap fits flush as it dries. The test caps are used to seal off from water intrusion. You will need to drill two small holes into the bottom test cap piece to help water drain and avoid mold in your food supply. The second test cap will be placed on the very top of the feeder. It can be removed when you refill the feeder. Do NOT drill holes in the top test cap. Once you have everything glued and dry, you can paint the feeder any color camouflage you desire. Use the extra pieces to make the second feeder. Finally, attach feeders to a tree or pole by rope or metal ties. Make sure feeders are in the best location to attract and harvest wildlife.
NOTE: 40lb bag will fill up both feeders.