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National Trust Peanut Butter for Birds + Feeder

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  • National Trust Peanut Butter for Birds - Original
    40-26-5085
    £2.49
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  • 3 x National Trust Peanut Butter for Birds - Original
    40-27-5085
    £6.99
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  • National Trust Peanut Butter for Birds with Mealworm
    40-26-5086
    £2.49
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  • 3 x National Trust Peanut Butter for Birds with Mealworm
    40-27-5086
    £6.99
    In Stock
  • CJ Wildlife Dublin Peanut Butter Feeder & Peanut Butter Jar
    40-56-5007a
    £7.99
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Original
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£2.49
3 x Original
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£6.99
Mealworm
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£2.49
3 x Mealworm
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£6.99
Feeder and Jar
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£7.99
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Please note the branding on these products is changing to National Trust.  The product remains unchanged but the label may differ.

 

CJ Wildlife National Trust Peanut Butter for Birds is available in original and mealworm. The glass jars contain 320g of nutritious peanut butter.

 

It has been made with high calorie peanuts blended together with butter. Peanuts are naturally high in calories and when blended with butter it makes them a tasty but high energy treat to help birds thrive during the colder months.

 

The jar can be fed from a bird table or smearing the peanut butter on tree trunk. It can also be fed from a specialist feeder, including the London Squirrel Resistant Peanut Butter Feeder, the Wicklow Peanut Butter Feeder, the Dublin Peanut Butter Feeder and two Jacobi Jayne Flutter Butter Feeders - The Deluxe Feeder and the Hanging Feeder

 

Ingredients: 

Original: Tallow, Maize Flour, Peanut Flour and Rape Oil

Mealworm: Tallow, Maize Flour, Peanut Flour, Rape Oil and Dried Mealworms

 

Available as a single jar or in a pack of three of one flavour.

 

The Dublin Feeder and Peanut Butter - Mealworm

The Dublin Peanut Butter Feeder is an attractive feeder with a green roof which is designed to hold a jar of Peanut Butter with the new 'twist and feed' action, whilst giving the birds an energy boost to help them thrive throughout the colder months.

 

The feeder is made from FSC certified wood meaning it is completely safe for the birds.

 

Simply hang the holder on a wall, tree or fence, and then slide the jar in (without the lid) using the screws (not included)

 

Dimensions: H 160 x L 140 x W 135mm

 

Please note peanut butter intended for human consumption contains up to 100 times more salt so is not suitable for birds.

 

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    wish they were in plastic jars.. Review by Jean
    Still very good value (Posted on 29/08/2021)
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    Excellent product Review by Sue
    Very happy with the Peanut Butter feeder jars and with the price. Particularly happy that they are in glass jars so makes them reusable/recyclable 100% better than plastic (Posted on 13/05/2021)
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    Birds love this . . . Review by carolyn
    I scoop this out and mix in with peanuts and mealworms in the Gardman feeder trays so everyone gets a go at it. Soon gets snaffled up!
    Do have the peanut wooden feeder as well but so far no takers, too busy with the trays I think . . . . (Posted on 23/02/2021)
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    Looks great Review by carolyn
    Had this on my wall for a couple of weeks now but no visitors as yet, think there to busy on feeding trays . . .
    I coated the plain wood part with couple of coats varnish just to keep it looking good/extra waterproofing . . . Well made and looks the part (Posted on 23/02/2021)
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    Birds love this!! Review by Carolyn
    Bought 6 tubs to be going on with . . .
    I scoop it out and mix in with peanuts in a feeding tray, magpies go mad for it!
    Also bought the wooden feeder to go on my wall and that will give smaller birds more of a chance to enjoy (Posted on 02/02/2021)
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