Set of 3 Wooden Bird Feeders - Red/Green/Yellow

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Set of 3 Wooden Bird Feeders - Red/Green/YellowSet of 3 Wooden Bird Feeders - Red/Green/YellowSet of 3 Wooden Bird Feeders - Red/Green/YellowSet of 3 Wooden Bird Feeders - Red/Green/YellowSet of 3 Wooden Bird Feeders - Red/Green/Yellow
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Set of 3 Wooden Bird Feeders - Red/Green/YellowSet of 3 Wooden Bird Feeders - Red/Green/YellowSet of 3 Wooden Bird Feeders - Red/Green/YellowSet of 3 Wooden Bird Feeders - Red/Green/YellowSet of 3 Wooden Bird Feeders - Red/Green/Yellow
Encourage wild birds into your garden with this set of 3 delightful wooden bird feeders. These charming, house-shaped feeders have been cleverly designed to skewer fruit to provide birds with almost 360° access to the food. Perfect for using with halved apples, pears or even bananas these bird feeders are a great way to add variation to your bird’s diets. It also encourages new birds to come and enjoy the feast.

Save money on these charming bird feeders by buying all 3 together. Feeders sold separately at £1.99.

Features
  • Provide a fresh food source for birds - Ensure that the birds in your garden have a constant source of food to keep them happy and healthy
  • Encourages birds into your garden - These feeders can encourage both common and more unusual birds into your garden
  • Durable construction - Made from wood with a metal skewers these feeders can better withstand the English weather
  • Simple design – the elegantly simple design is easy to use while looking fantastic hung in your garden
  • Charming house design - Designed to look like a little house, these gorgeous feeders are sure to bring a smile to the faces of all those who see them
Specifications
  • Width 19.5cm (7½in) x Depth 6cm (2½in) x Height 20cm (8in)

These fantastic bird feeders are great for providing a wide range of food for the birds in your garden. Offering a variety of foods (like fruit and bacon) can help to encourage more unusual species into your garden such as thrushes and migratory waxwings. Providing a constant source of food for birds is a great way to support British wildlife while recycling food that might else go to waste.

Charming Design
These gorgeous bird feeders have been designed to look like miniature wooden houses and are perfect for adding a touch of character to your garden. With a steel skewer which is threaded through the frame these feeders cleverly elevate the food so the birds have full access to it. The uppermost roof of the houses helps keep the fruit dry in the rain while the extended shelves below gives the birds a sturdy perch on which to sit while they dig in.

What can I put in my bird feeder?

These bird feeders can be used with many different kinds of food. Suet balls, which provide much needed fat and energy, are great for the winter while boiled unsalted potatoes are a great treat. Small pieces of cheese and unsalted raw bacon are also great for birds.

These bird feeders are also perfect for a variety of fruits such as apples, pears and bananas. Fruit is very nutritious because it has a high water content and is rich in energy. Feeding fruit to birds is also a great way to get rid of bruised or overripe fruit which you might otherwise throw away. We advise that you check your bird feeders every day to make sure that the food has not spoiled.

Don't forget to provide water!
To create a real haven for wildlife in your garden, it is important to also provide birds with a source of clean, fresh water. Birds need to have access to water all year round to ensure they have a space where they can drink and bathe without fear of predators. Most small birds, especially seed eaters, need to drink at least twice a day so they can stay healthy and hydrated. However it is also important that birds have a place to bathe so they can keep their feathers in good condition. To see our range of both solar and traditional birdbaths, see the link below.

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating: 3.5/5 (2 reviews)

Rating: 2/5

"pretty to look out but the spike for piercing suet, apples etc is blunt making it difficult to use"

Reviewed Sunday, 5 March 2017

Primrose says: "Thank you for your feedback. We are sorry to hear that you are disappointed with these wooden bird feeders. We recommend cutting the apples in half before trying to pierce through them, you can also use a variety of other things to feed the birds such as bacon and softer fruit, we hope this helps!"
Rating: 5/5

"Good quality"

Reviewed Thursday, 10 November 2016

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