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  • Love this product, I Blue\Great and Coal tit… read more

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Fatten up your garden birds

Peanut Butter Feeder for Birds

£12.95

Size (cm): 20×15×13.5
Ref: TW-9445
Weight: 0.95 kg

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Flutter Butter - Fruity

£4.95

Size (cm): 10×7.5×7.5
Ref: TW-9464
Weight: 548g

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Flutter Butter - Buggy

£4.95

Size (cm): 10×7.5×7.5
Ref: TW-9493
Weight: 548g

More than 10 available now

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Flutter Butter

£4.95

Size (cm): 10×7.5×7.5
Ref: TW-9463
Weight: 548g

More than 10 available now

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Peanut Butter Feeder

Fatten up your garden birds
About

Soft, smooth yummy peanut butter, specially formulated for garden birds is a real treat for them during winter months and of course during the rest of the year.

This delightful little house holds one jar of special birdy peanut butter, simply fix the feeder on to a wall or fence, unscrew the lid and watch the little birds like blue tits and robins have their peanut butter treat.

Site the feeder near a window so you can get a good view!

Please note this peanut butter is formulated with no added salt content for birds only, so do NOT eat the birds peanut butter! Also do not use human peanut butter; it is not suitable for birds because of the high salt content.

The feeder is supplied with one jar of Bird Peanut Butter and extra refills are available to buy separately.

For re-refills your birds can be really spoilt, choose from 3 varieties, the plain peanut butter, the delicious fruity variety or the yummy buggy peanut butter - the birds love all three!

Customer Reviews
  • X
  • X
  • X
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(4)
  • xmas gift for my husbanb

  • Good

  • Love this product, I Blue\Great and Coal tit… read more

  • attracta a variety of birds. Would be better… read more

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