Henry Bell Essentials Wild Bird Nyger Feeder
You appear to be using Internet Explorer. To get the best experience, we recommend using a more modern web browser to shop on our site such as Edge, Chrome or Firefox.
You can continue to use Internet Explorer to access our website, however we recommend using a more modern web browser such as Edge, Chrome or Firefox to get the best experience on our website.
This is because Microsoft will soon be dropping support for Internet Explorer, after which the browser will no longer receive security updates. So to protect our customers from cyber crime, we will be ending support in the future.
Your version of the Safari web browser is no longer supported.
Our website uses the latest technologies to keep our customers data safe and to protect you from cyber crime, which means we can no longer support your web browser due to its age.
Please visit our website from a more modern web browser such as Google Chrome.
A perfect introductory Nyger feeder in a contemporary cool grey which features 2 bird friendly perches. The feeder is very easy to clean and has a simple opening lid for refilling. Holds 220g of Niger Seeds, which will attract the colourful Goldfinches, Siskins or Redpolls. Because niger seed is rich in oil and high in nutrition, it makes it an outstanding food for garden birds all year round. It’s even better used as winter bird food as it will give garden birds an extra calorie hit that will help them store fat to keep them warm. The high protein count will help with the regeneration of feathers when moulting throughout the year. Constructed from a strong plastic and steel, ideal for novices or experienced bird feeders. Help to keep your wild birds healthy with some basic hygiene principles by cleaning between refilling.
The feeder can be hung from a feeding station or a tree branch. Place your feeder in a safe position, where the wild birds have a good vantage point and are out of reach of predators.
To access the feeder tube, unclip the lid to release, open the lid fully until it locks open (the lid will remain in an open position with the lid facing away from where it clips into place), fill the feeder tube with the appropriate feed and then release the lid from the fixed open position by pushing the lid toward the rim of the feeder tube and clip back into position.