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Buy Japanese birdfeeder : <ul><strong><li>Made from FSC-certified wood</li><li>Integrated hook for easy hanging</li><li>Robust and durable</li></strong></ul><br>Elegant timber bird feeder house with a low roof to keep out larger birds. Fill with seed or nuts, hang from a tree or fence and watch a variety of garden birds come to perch and peck.<br><br>The wide roof will keep both birds and food dry, and offer protection from squirrels and other wildlife. The area around the edge can be used for bacon rinds and other titbits.<br><br>Please note: this item is dipped in a green wood preservative and the precise shade may vary. The colour will fade with exposure to sunlight.<br><br>Measurements:<br>L38.5cm x W38.5cm x H17.5cm

  • Made from FSC-certified wood
  • Integrated hook for easy hanging
  • Robust and durable

Elegant timber bird feeder house with a low roof to keep out larger birds. Fill with seed or nuts, hang from a tree or fence and watch a variety of garden birds come to perch and peck.

The wide roof will keep both birds and food dry, and offer protection from squirrels and other wildlife. The area around the edge can be used for bacon rinds and other titbits.

Please note: this item is dipped in a green wood preservative and the precise shade may vary. The colour will fade with exposure to sunlight.

Measurements:
L38.5cm x W38.5cm x H17.5cm

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Hi, does the roof come off for easy cleaning please?

Westie

Hello, There is a small 'lid' over the central part of the roof which can be removed to allow access to the internal chamber of the feeder, but the roof itself is fixed as the unit is suspended by the roof. Hope this helps!

Andy

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