No fuss hanging - The feeder has a built-in handle allowing you to hang it up
Easy refills - Comes with easy opening for convenient filling
Attracts wild birds - Perfect for enticing tits, robins, sparrows and starlings
Fulfilled and sold by Thompson & Morgan
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This plastic bird feeder has been designed to hold 3 x 100g suet fat balls and to be hung from a tree branch or bird table. Suet fat balls are an ideal winter feed but are also suitable for all types of wild birds for all year round feeding.
As well as suet fat balls, you can also add pieces of fruits, such as apple. This will help entice birds, including Blue Tits to your garden.
The plastic feeder is easy to fill and has a built-in handle so it can be hung in the desired position. If you place it within sight of a window, you will be able to enjoy watching birds feasting, from the comfort of your home on cold winter days.
Specifications Dimensions: D8 x H22cm Weight: 54g Capacity: 3x 100g fat balls
Basket Ball Hanging Feeder (G3644)
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