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Buy Heavy duty nut feeder: <br><ul><strong><li>Durable all-metal feeder</li><li>Robust stainless steel mesh</li><li>Easy to clean and refill</li></strong></ul><br>Treat the birds not the squirrels with this heavy duty all-metal feeder. With a polished aluminium base and lid and a tough stainless steel mesh, the feeder is bite-proof to squirrels and looks great in the garden.<br><br>Two built-in perches let birds feed in comfort, and the top and base are easy to remove with the hex key provided for cleaning and refilling.<br><br>Holds approximately 270g peanuts.<br><br>Endorsed by the BTO (British Trust for Ornithology) and complies with all the BSA (Birdcare Standards Association) specifications.<br><br>Measurements:<br>W14.5cm x H33cm (including perches & hanging loop)


  • Durable all-metal feeder
  • Robust stainless steel mesh
  • Easy to clean and refill

Treat the birds not the squirrels with this heavy duty all-metal feeder. With a polished aluminium base and lid and a tough stainless steel mesh, the feeder is bite-proof to squirrels and looks great in the garden.

Two built-in perches let birds feed in comfort, and the top and base are easy to remove with the hex key provided for cleaning and refilling.

Holds approximately 270g peanuts.

Endorsed by the BTO (British Trust for Ornithology) and complies with all the BSA (Birdcare Standards Association) specifications.

Measurements:
W14.5cm x H33cm (including perches & hanging loop)

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