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Bird Feeding Stations

Supa Wild Bird Feeding Station Supa Wild Bird Feeding Station
£16.99
£12.99
Supa Wild Bird Feeding Station Attractively designed Wild Bird Feeding Station which comes completed with twin bracket & single bracket for holding feeders plus water dish and mesh basket style tray which is suitable for feeding Dried Mealworms & Scraps from.
Gardman Complete Feeding Station Kit For Wild Birds (A04391) Gardman Complete Feeding Station Kit For Wild Birds (A04391)
£41.99
£29.90
Gardman Complete Feeding Station Kit for Wild Birds Invite a variety of wild birds into your garden with this complete feeding station, finished in black metal with a 4-way head with arms fashioned in a barley twist design and spiral finial.
Henry Bell Feeding Station Stabilisers Henry Bell Feeding Station Stabilisers
£9.99
Henry Bell Feeding Station Stabilisers To co-ordinate with the Heritage Collection we have carefully selected a 4 Prong Stabiliser to work with the Feeding Stations. These stabilisers push into the ground and the feeding station pole slots in to the centre to provide stability.
Henry Bell Four Arm Complete Feeding Station Henry Bell Four Arm Complete Feeding Station
£29.90
Henry Bell Four Arm Complete Feeding Station A one box solution, the Essential Range Four Arm Complete Feeding Station includes 4 feeder hooks, seed tray & water bath with the seed, peanut, fat ball & suet bites / mealworm Essentials Feeders. At 228cm height when assembled, with push button connections this makes a great contemporary feeding solution in cool grey.

Bird Feeding Stations

It’s easy to attract a wonderful array of birds to your garden. Simply supplement the naturally available food and watch the amazing show unfold! Bird feeders help native wildlife and enable you to really enjoy your feathered visitors. But a bird feeding station is an even better choice as it will encourage diverse species to flock to your back yard.

Wild bird feeding stations are attractive features for your garden which hold multiple feeders together with those all-important water dishes. Whether you choose a wooden bird feeding station, a heavy-duty bird feeding station or a metal bird feeding pole, you can serve a variety of tempting treats to appeal to different birds. Cutomise your feeding station to target your favourite species and they will appreciate your support throughout the year.

Where to locate your feeding station

Position your feeding station in a relatively open area away from any predators including the neighbour’s cats. Birds need to feel safe and this is also a consideration when planting your garden. Include large shrubs and bushes from where your feathered friends can survey the feeder before grabbing a meal. The birds can retreat to the cover you have provided when they sense danger. If the birds feel safe, they are more likely to feed in your garden.

What foods can you offer?

Your feeding station will hold multiple feeders. Fill these with different foods and you will increase the number of species that visit. Niger seeds, peanuts and millet are great choices and you could also feature a wild bird seed mix. Suet balls or blocks are loved by many birds and are great sources of energy in the winter months while mealworms are ideal for the breeding season. Research the species that you are most interested in and then select the foods that they find irresistible! A bird feeding station would be a fabulous feature for your garden. You will soon be experiencing one of the greatest shows on earth!

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