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Henry Bell Essentials Wild Bird Suet Cake Feeder

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A perfect introductory Suet Cake feeder solution, ideal for the novice or experienced bird feeder. Constructed from a strong plastic and steel, it's a superb robust feeder in cool grey to help you ...
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A perfect introductory Suet Cake feeder solution, ideal for the novice or experienced bird feeder. Constructed from a strong plastic and steel, it's a superb robust feeder in cool grey to help you entice several bird species to your garden, such as Great Tits, Robins and Chaffinches who favour suet foods. The feeder features an easy opening lid and a removable base for easy cleaning, which holds 1 delicious suet cake (block) that are highly nutritious and full of energy - ideal for all year round.

 

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.

 

Height: 165mm

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    Suet Block Holder Review by Mandy
    it dose what it says holds suet blocks for the birds (Posted on 10/06/2021)
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    I give this all Five Stars Review by Rachel
    The Garden birds in My Garden love this Feeder so much (Posted on 02/06/2021)
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    Suet feeder Review by Rosslyn
    Great feeder as the squirrels haven't been able to get the top open yet!!!!!! Birds are happy too. (Posted on 26/02/2021)
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    Birds prefer fat balls! Review by Marian
    My garden birds seem to prefer fat balls to suet cake. (Posted on 01/01/2021)
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    In the tree... Review by Bev
    Birds have taken a few days to try this out, but now enjoying it. Have seen our resident robin having a go too. (Posted on 29/12/2020)
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