Part of the Heritage Collection, a large, strong and stylish squirrel proof fat ball feeder that can hold approximately 3 of our fat balls. The feeder features a robust and easy lift lid, alongside bird friendly perches and an angled based to support the easy flow of seed. Created in aluminium which is light, strong, corrosion resistant and easy to maintain the feeder is beautifully finished in antique gold.
- Recyclable packaging
- Premium quality Wild Bird Feeding Accessories
- Wild Bird Satisfaction Guaranteed
- Carefully developed for wild bird wellbeing
- A strong, burnished gold & bronze 24cm high hanging feeder designed to hold Fat Balls or Suet Rolls. The feeding tube is surrounded by a 20.5cm diameter cage to deter squirrels from accessing the feed
- Great for feeding a wide variety of garden birds including Blue Tit, Woodpecker, Nuthatch
- Featuring a stainless steel hanger, easy opening lid and an angled base to help the flow of feed. This product co-ordinates with the wider Henry Bell Heritage Range
- A simple & effective solution to help prevent squirrels from feeding. Please note squirrels are clever and this is designed to act as a deterrant however there is always a chance some will find a way in!
- There are ever decreasing food resources for wild birds and it is becoming more and more essential that you feed your garden birds all year round. Once you have started please carry on and create a routine as the birds will become reliant upon your help to bring life and vitality into your space. Put out feed regularly and please ensure that there is plenty of fresh water available.
Please remove all packaging and place your feeder in a safe position, where the wild birds have a good vantage point and are out of reach of predators. The feeder can be hung from a feeding station, tree branch or suitable hanging location in your garden. To fill the feeder, open the feeder lid and carefully fill. Once empty, please open the lid and ensure it is clean before refilling. Basic hygiene principles will help keep your birds healthy. Provide plenty of fresh water for drinking and bathing. Clean feeding and drinking areas regularly with a bird hygiene spray. Keeping the food fresh and dry will help to prevent the spread of disease.