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Glazed Ceramic Bird Feeders

Glazed Ceramic Bird Feeders
These simple and clean lined glazed ceramic feeders are designed and detailed especially for different forms of bird food – Suet peanuts and seed. All are provided with a stainless steel hanging wire and plastic sleeve tree protector. They will keep the food dry they are easy to clean and will feed the birds in a safe way. We have created a feeding haven with one of each hanging from the apple tree in the garden.

Light blue suet ball feeder 9th image – The inverted glazed ceramic dome houses a net free suet ball. The ball is held in place with a wire coil that screws on to the base of the dome. The birds can safely hang off this and help themselves to pieces of suet.

White peanut feeder 8th image – Designed to feed the smaller birds in our gardens. The circular slot and flexible perches deter larger birds and squirrels from disturbing them. It was very easy to fill by inverting the feeder and filling the top cavity with nuts. The hanging wire then pulls the base tight against the filled top. The feeder is then righted and hung from a branch.

White seed feeder 7th image – This is designed to be used with all sorts of grain and seed. Again it fills in the same way as the peanut feeder and the flexible perches deter larger birds like pigeons from being able to feed and disturb the smaller birds such as robins tits finches and nuthatches. We filled ours with sunflower seed and a flock of gold finches frequent it daily.

Measurements:
Suet ball feeder ? 90mm
Peanut feeder ? 155mm
Seed feeder ? 155mm
These simple and clean lined glazed ceramic feeders are designed and detailed especially for different forms of bird food – Suet peanuts and seed. All are provided with a stainless steel hanging wire and plastic sleeve tree protector. They will keep the food dry they are easy to clean and will feed the birds in a safe way. We have created a feeding haven with one of each hanging from the apple tree in the garden.

Light blue suet ball feeder 9th image – The inverted glazed ceramic dome houses a net free suet ball. The ball is held in place with a wire coil that screws on to the base of the dome. The birds can safely hang off this and help themselves to pieces of suet.

White peanut feeder 8th …...

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