Bird Lovers Window Feeder

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Bird Lovers Window Feeder

The heavy metal diecastings of a normal Droll Yankee feeder would be a bit of a disadvantage when it comes to window mounting a feeder using just suction cups! That's where these BirdLovers feeders come in
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£9.00
£9.00

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The heavy metal diecastings of a normal Droll Yankee feeder would be a bit of a disadvantage when it comes to window mounting a feeder using just suction cups! That's where these BirdLovers feeders come in: they have the same general Droll Yankee design but are made in soft plastic, so you won't smash your windows when putting them up! Each feeder has two easy release suction cups.

Available for Peanuts and Seeds, with a special feeder for offering Niger Seeds (the yellow model).

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Win-win Review by debbie seazell
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Bought the seed kit a couple of weeks ago with high hopes but low expectations as I live in London, have a garden the size of a postage stamp and very close to a major road. However, the birds seem to love it and I am delighted to report I watch them feast away frequently. I hear the 'tap tap tap' as the seed hits the window, look up and there they are.
My only hiccup is that the seed kits comes with 3kg of seed, which is way too much (although comes conveniently packed in 3 x 1kg bags). Would be great if WW would consider supplying a smaller kit including a feeder and a 1kg or 500g bag of seed. My neighbour is so thrilled with my bird feeder she's going get one and I'm going to off load 1kg of seed to her! Win-win.
These have been a roaring success and I regularly give sets away as presents Review by Pippa Scott-Harden
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These have been a roaring success and I regularly give sets away as presents. Mine, stuck to a sash window in a very busy dog and child filled kitchen, are in constant use. The reglars are Siskins, Blue, Great and Coal Tits, Chaffinches, Goldfinches, Greenfinches, Robins, Redpolls and a Great Spotted Woodpecker. My 3 and 4 year old children know them all at a glance and keenly try to educate anyone who will listen!