As much a garden feature as a practical bird feeder!
Hang from your chosen spot with the rust-proof, stainless-steel rope
Finished with two layers of bird-friendly paint to withstand the elements
Crafted from natural birch plywood, with regal trees and perched birds, this beautiful laser-cut feeder is as much a garden feature as a practical bird feeder! Choose a favourite tree, pick a spot on your patio or hang from a wall on the rust-proof, stainless-steel rope (included). Finished with two layers of bird-friendly paint to withstand the elements. Simple assembly. 30 x 20 x 26cm.
In stock orders are normally delivered within 5-7 days using a tracked courier service. New working practices in our warehouse and courier networks means it may take us a little longer to deliver your parcel than usual. We deliver to the UK. Regrettably we cannot deliver to the Channel Islands and the Republic of Ireland.
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You may return an item within 28 days of receipt for a prompt replacement, exchange or refund of the item price. Standard postal/Delivery charges will not be refunded on unsuitable items, unless order is cancelled within 14 working days of receipt of goods and returned parcels remain the customer's responsibility until received by us. Please read full Terms and Conditions for details.
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Bird table looks pretty ideal for the smaller birds. As it does look a bit fragile. Time will tell though. easy to put together. But a piece was broken off the fretwork, but I guess the “birds “won’t notice it.
By Barbara McEnteggart,
05 Jul 2021
Lovely to look at and the birds like it as well. But I have made it waterproof ! The gap at the roof I have sealed with waterproof tape and kitchen sealant . Great for small birds.
30 Jun 2021
"Very Nice *****"
Easy to put together and hook on the fence.
By Wilma Gilmour,
30 Jun 2021
"Attractive Bird Feeder"
Arrived quickly. Was easy to assemble. Birds soon got used to it. Keeps food covered from rain.
By Ena Nesbitt,
22 Jun 2021
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