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RSPB Window Feeder

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RSPB Mounted Window Bird Feeder

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RSPB Window Mounted Feeder is a great to feed garden birds and view them close up from the convenience of your armchair


£8.99
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Enjoy garden birds close up with the RSPB Window Mounted Feeder

The Window Feeder can be placed on the outside of your window using the three strong suction cups to ensure stability. The tough polycarbonate bird feeder will not yellow so your view won't be obscured.

The tray easily detaches from the roof and back section for easy cleaning and refilling. Most types of food can be fed from the feeder.

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Customer Reviews

Great gift idea. Review by Margaret
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Bought as a present, this is a lovely gift for bird lovers - & it stays on the window, brilliant!! Thank you (Posted on 10/07/2017)
Wonderful value Review by Wendy Gardiner
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What a delight! We can watch the robins and the blackbirds close up. Easy to mount on the window and feels very secure as they have three suction pads. The birds seem to be hovering around waiting for my husband to fill the feeders each morning. Just fill them with mealworms and sultanas. Marvellous! (Posted on 19/05/2017)
Excellent Review by Beryl
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Just what I was looking for to replace my old one. The birds feed well from it and as it is on the window we can sit for hours watching them eat. (Posted on 24/04/2017)
Good value Review by Mary Taylor
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Ideal window box as you can watch the birds feeding from indoors. Good value for money (Posted on 21/02/2017)
A great "attraction" for humans! Review by Avril
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We have many feeders around our garden but thought a nice addition would be a window feeder. It took about 3 weeks to get "interest" from a great tit with a few meal worms and some bird food. We now have several visitors including one of "our" robins and all are happy to feed their babies who are there as well, so a real treat to watch them. They aren't too bothered with the seed but the dried meal worms seem to go "in a flash". Patience and remembering not too move too quickly whist watching tis "spectacle" will be a joy! (Posted on 20/05/2016)

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