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  • by Trusted Customer
    23 July 2013

    Bought as a present. Very pleased with it

  • by Trusted Customer
    17 July 2013

    Great looking bird feeder, quality could be … read more

Practical bird feeder and a great way of encouraging lots of small birds to feed at the same time.

Townhouse Bird Feeder - Sand

£49.95

Size (cm): 33×15×15
Ref: TW-9079
Weight: 1.007 kg

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Townhouse Bird Feeder

Practical bird feeder and a great way of encouraging lots of small birds to feed at the same time.
About

There are 4 feeding holes, each with its own perch for the bird to sit on. The bird seed is protected from rain, snow and wind and will not fall out if the house sways slightly in the wind.

The feeder does not need fixing, but can be hung from a tree or a hook with the cord provided.

The bird feeder holds 2.2 litres of bird food.

As featured in the London Evening Standard November 2009.

Product Specification

Handcrafted in weatherproof larch wood.

Delivery Information

Availability



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Costs

• UK Express Delivery £6.50
• Range of delivery options available including FREE click and collect.
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• Please note the order cut off times for next day and weekend deliveries (generally noon).

Returns

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Customer Reviews
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(2)
  • by Trusted Customer
    23 July 2013

    Bought as a present. Very pleased with it

  • by Trusted Customer
    17 July 2013

    Great looking bird feeder, quality could be … read more

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