Complete window feeder for birds

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If you want a closer look at the birds, then this window feeder is just the ticket. It is designed to stick straight onto your windowpane, so you can really get a birds-eye-view! It can hold seed, water and even food blocks, so it creates a lot of interest and will often attract several birds at any one time.

Features include:
- three-sided open access, making it easier and safer for the birds to use
- two special perches that give additional space and accessibility
- a bird perching strip to help birds land and feed
- a clear overhanging roof with a visibility strip, which offers good protection from the weather, while giving a clear view of nearby predators
- a large oval opening at the back, which gives you an excellent view of all the comings and goings
- a simple-fixing, detachable feeding area that makes it easy to clean and re-fill
- a safety system to hold the feeder should the window suckers ever fail

Capacity - 2 fat ballsor food blocks, plus up to 7oz (0.2kg) seed and 2¼ fluid oz water - or 11½ (0.33kg) food and no water

Dimensions: 14cm high x 10cm deep x 33cm wide

Blue tit food seed and insect blend

Blue tit food seed and insect blend

Specialist tit mix, rich in small seeds, suet and insects

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Highly recommended

By Ladylittler

from North West


  • Attractive
  • Durable
  • Easy To Clean
  • Easy To Set Up


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Best Uses

  • Year Round

Comments about Complete window feeder for birds:

Ours is on a conservatory window. It attracts all types of birds, including
green finches, dunnocks and blackbirds! The female blackbird squeezes herself into it to shelter from the rain.
Well worth the money

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