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Whole Suet Filled Co-Co Feeder for Wild Birds by Gardman

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Whole Suet Filled Co-Co Feeder for Wild Birds

Treat your feathered friends to a feast with Gardman. As one of the top providers of bird care products in the UK you can be sure to find something for every winged guest.

High energy suet and seed mix in a ready to use coconut shell - Recommended for all year round feeding, but an excellent winter food - Easy to feed, just hang on a tree branch or bird station



Hints and Tips

  • Enjoy watching birds visit your garden and help aid their survival by feeding all year round
  • The RSPB and BTO recommend year round feeding; in Autumn / Winter when food is scarce and in Spring / Summer when parents need a plentiful supply to nurture their young
  • Check your feeder twice a day if you can, once in the morning and once again in the afternoon. Most feeders will need refilling at least every other day
  • Make water available year round for birds to drink and bathe, ensuring it doesn't freeze over in Winter
  • Hygiene is important. Prevent bacteria build up by cleaning feeders and feeding areas
  • Dimensions: H11 x W10 x D11cm

All of Gardman's Wild Bird Care products are BTO approved. The British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) is an independent charitable research institute combining professional and citizen science to monitor wild birds across the UK. The combination of professional ecologists, long-term datasets some in excess of 50 years, and volunteers participating all over the country gives the BTO a unique, impartial and knowledgeable voice in nature conservation.

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Species Blackbirds, Robins, Sparrows, Tits & Finches
Type Ready To Use Feeders, Suet Bird Feeders
Shop By Category Bird & Wildlife Care