Plastic-Free Seed Bird Feeder
It's often the case that simple is best. This sturdy 4-port bird feeder is made from stainless steel making it durable and relatively squirrel-proof.
- 4 feeding ports with individual perches
- Lid locking mechanism, quick release base, strong hanging wire
- Overall dimensions: 28.5cm x 17cm x 17cm
- Made from stainless steel and free from plastic
As a fledgling business founded on the principles of friendliness, dependability and simplicity, we aim to deal with your order gracefully and efficiently so that you can devote your time to more important things.
Our aim is to process your order within 24 hours of receipt and we expect it to arrive within 3-5 working days under normal circumstances.
Deliveries cost £3 for small, slim items that will slip into an envelope.
Most other deliveries cost £6 for any number of items, so don’t hold back!
Where age verification is required, a special service costing £10 is what we use to keep us all safe and sound.
Deliveries to far-flung UK locations may incur an additional charge.
Should you need to return an item, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org within 14 days of receiving your purchase, providing your name, order number and the reason for your return. We will let you know how to return your item.
Please visit our Delivery & Returns page for more information.
This bird feeder's all-metal construction provides maximum protection from squirrels that can easily chew plastic and destroy feeders. The base of the feeder can be released to make cleaning easier and the lid has been designed with a locking mechanism to deter squirrels further. A decent overhang provides shelter from the rain.
Use a high-quality seed mix to keep garden birds well-fed and healthy.
Try to site the feeder with a good all-around view so that the birds can see they are safe from predators while they feed. Shelter from the sun and cold wind if you can. Having a branch, bush or vegetation close-by for the birds to perch on and access the area ensures safe feeding.
It's best practice to clean your bird feeder on a regular basis. Empty leftover seeds onto a nearby bird table, ledge or the ground. (If they have started to rot or go bad, throw them away.) Once emptied, wash the feeder with hot water and a stiff brush and allow it to dry before refilling.