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The popular bird feeder offers a good feed combination all year around and be placed in many locations around the garden. Works well on its own or as a companion feeder to encourage birds to move in closer to other larger feeding stations.
Designed to accommodate a good variety of food. It’s a good size and weight to hang from smaller tree limbs and branches.
The rust-proof spike can be used for a variety of foods such as apples, bananas, kiwi fruit, oranges and suet balls.
The attached seed tray allows for wild bird seed mix to be added increasing the variety of birds visiting this attractive bird feeder.
Complete with: Hanging rope and rust-proof spike.
A quiet location with a good view from the house is normally the best place. This allows you to enjoy observing the garden birds while they feed with little disturbance.
Choose a site sheltered from extremes of weather, but where the birds have a good all-round view, so they can see that they are safe from predators while they feed.
Sow Creative Woodcraft’s wildflower seed mix nearby to help encourage birds, bees, butterflies and other beneficial insects.
Adding a variety of fruits and seeds to this feeder may encourage our smaller native birds such as the Silvereye or Waxeye. Also, popular with bellbirds, finches and other nectar and seed eating birds.
The feeder is made from quality timber sourced from local, sustainably managed forest plantations. Non-toxic water based stains and sealants are used wherever possible in the manufacturing of our products. The bird feeder can be re-stained periodically to maintain its appearance.
A good variety of garden birds all-year-round. Feeding bird’s gives delight to many people; Birds and gardens are a natural pairing, as anyone with an appreciation of either will tell you. Smaller native birds such as the Silvereye or Waxeye. Also, popular with bellbirds and finches.