Concluding our series on Wild Bird Feeding Month, here’s a look at the wild bird feeders that we have. Read part one on wild bird seed mixes here and part two on fat balls and nuts here.
We have many different wild bird seed feeders in a variety of sizes and colours that blend in with any existing garden furniture or decorations you might have. The stainless steel doesn’t rust and has no sharp edges that could injure a wild bird whilst they’re eating. The wild bird feeders are simple to fill with nutritious and healthy food, making them extremely low maintenance.
Once you’ve hung up your new bird feeders and filled them with delicious wild bird food, they can be used by the wild birds visiting your garden again and again. Of course you’ll need to clean and disinfect the feeders regularly to make sure they stay in pristine condition, but they are definitely a long term investment. Your wild birds will love you for it forever.
Don’t forget to provide birds with plenty of fresh water and change it frequently. Water often freezes over in the chilly nights, so check that it hasn’t and is still ok to drink, on a regular basis.
So if you’ve not been inspired by wild bird feeding month already, please use any of our wild bird food or feeders to feed the wild birds visiting your garden.
Read part one of this series here and part two here. Find everything you need for wild birds here.
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