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Our bird feeders are the perfect way to attract a wide variety of feathered friends to your backyard.

Made from high-quality materials, these durable feeders are built to last. The unique designs and functional features of our feeders make them a standout addition to any outdoor space. Whether you're looking to attract a specific type of bird or simply want to enjoy the beauty of nature, our bird feeders are sure to please. Shop now and start enjoying the sights and sounds of birds in your own backyard.

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  • The Magical Garden Bird Feeder

    Code: HBD-7035P

    £9.99 View Product
  • Printed Fruit Feeder Raspberry

    Code: HB-9078P7S

    £11.99 View Product
  • Printed Fruit Feeder Plum

    Code: HB-9078P6S

    £13.99 View Product
  • Nestling Bird Feeder – Blue

    Code: HB-7035B

    £14.99 View Product
  • Nestling Bird Feeder – Green

    Code: HB-7035G

    £14.99 View Product
  • Poppy Bird Feeder

    Code: HBD-9079P1

    £14.99 View Product
  • Welcome Home Feeder

    Code: HB-6005

    £14.99 View Product
  • Butterfly Bird Feeder

    Code: HB-6008

    £14.99 View Product
  • Little Wren Feeder-White

    Code: HB-2082WS

    £16.99 View Product
  • Post Box Feeder

    Code: HBD-1005

    £19.99 View Product
  • Wine Bottle Feeder

    Code: HBD-2017WB

    £19.99 View Product
  • 10 Downing Street Feeder

    Code: HBD-2017DS

    £22.99 View Product

Frequently Asked Questions

Which type of bird feeder is best for attracting specific birds?

Different birds have different preferences. Here’s a brief guide:

  • Tube Feeders: Ideal for small birds like finches and tits, as they can cling to the sides and pick seeds through the mesh.
  • Platform Feeders: Attract a wide variety, including robins and blackbirds; these are open and accessible.
  • Window Feeders: Great for up-close viewing of species like house sparrows and finches.
  • Nyjer Feeders: Specifically designed for nyjer seeds, these are perfect for goldfinches and siskins.
  • Suet Feeders: Woodpeckers, tits, and starlings enjoy suet feeders, especially during colder months.

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What should I feed the birds?

The food you choose will impact which birds visit your feeder. Here are some suggestions:

  • Sunflower Seeds: Attract a wide variety of birds including finches, tits, and sparrows.
  • Nyjer Seeds: Loved by goldfinches and other small birds.
  • Peanuts: High in fat; great for tits, nuthatches, and siskins.
  • Suet Balls: Provide high energy; popular with a large variety of birds.
  • Mealworms: Attract insectivorous birds like robins and blue tits.

Always use fresh, high-quality feed and avoid bread as it offers little nutritional value to birds.

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Where is the best place to put my bird feeder?

Position your bird feeder in a quiet and sheltered spot, away from strong winds and rain. It should be out of reach from potential predators like cats and not too close to windows to prevent collisions. A spot with nearby trees or shrubs offers birds a quick retreat if needed and makes your feeder more attractive for them to visit.

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How can I prevent squirrels from accessing my bird feeder?

To deter squirrels, consider these tips:

  • Use a squirrel-proof feeder design with weight-activated closures to block access to the feed.
  • Install a baffle above or below the feeder to prevent squirrels from reaching it.
  • Place feeders at least 10 feet away from jumping-off points like trees or structures.
  • Offer foods that squirrels don’t like, such as safflower seeds or nyjer seeds.
  • Use a feeder pole with a smooth surface that squirrels can’t climb.

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