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Window Bird Feeder

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£3.99
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Product Details

Get a clear view of birds feeding up close with the clear see through feeder. Sunflower Hearts, peanuts, seed mixes and fat balls can all be fed from the feeder to attract the widest variet ...
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Get a clear view of birds feeding up close with the clear see through feeder.

Sunflower Hearts, peanuts, seed mixes and fat balls can all be fed from the feeder to attract the widest variety of wild birds.

It affixes to your window with three suckers.

H: 150mm W: 65mm D: 150mm

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    Great to see the robins back Review by Susan
    Someone local is feeding seagulls and there presence has seen off all small birds. But putting this on our window small birds are slowly visiting us again (Posted on 06/01/2021)
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    Perfect Review by Kathleen
    Great value for money i bought 2 1 for me and 1 for my son's girlfriend's daughter (Posted on 01/12/2020)
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    Everyone should have one Review by Paula
    If you work from home, or have your computer by a window, you will not get any work done! Seeing the baby birds close up in the bird feeder is magical, uplifting and totally addictive! I fill mine with sunflower hearts and the baby blue tits will sit there for ages (I'm looking at one now while typing this review) It's one of those very simple designs that works perfectly and the baby birds especially love it. They've even got used to my face peering at them and taking endless photos and videos...I've told all my friends they need one : ) (Posted on 21/07/2020)
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    Great value Review by Clare
    Great value and sticks firmly. Had birds visit it the next day! (Posted on 28/05/2020)
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    Good Review by kATHLEEN
    Bought as a present for Father residing in Care Home. Hopefully he is enjoying the birds. (Posted on 28/04/2020)
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