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Gardman Bird Table Anchoring Pegs A03096 Gardman Bird Table Anchoring Pegs A03096 new
£5.99
Gardman Bird Table Anchoring Pegs 4 powder coated steel pegs to secure bird tables into soil and grass Simply push into the ground over each bird table leg to secure any bird table firmly in place
Johnston & Jeff Dartington Boxed Bird Table with Natural Slate Roof Johnston & Jeff Dartington Boxed Bird Table with Natural Slate Roof
£74.99
£52.90
Johnston & Jeff Dartington Boxed Bird Table with Natural Slate Roof Table dimensions when constructed: 152cm H x 59cm W x 59cm D Total weight of boxed table: 9.010Kg Weight of Table when constructed: 8.140Kg
Johnston & Jeff Kelburn Boxed Bird Table Johnston & Jeff Kelburn Boxed Bird Table
£64.99
£42.75
Johnston & Jeff Kelburn Boxed Bird Table Table dimensions when constructed: 150cm H x 59cm W x 59cm D Total weight of boxed table: 8.340Kg Weight of Table when constructed: 7.470Kg
Johnston & Jeff Lyddington Boxed Bird Table with Natural Slate Roof Johnston & Jeff Lyddington Boxed Bird Table with Natural Slate Roof
£74.99
£52.75
Johnston & Jeff Lyddington Boxed Bird Table with Natural Slate Roof The Lyddington – Slate Roof Table dimensions when constructed: 152cm H x 59cm W x 59cm D Total weight of boxed table: 8.870Kg Weight of Table when constructed: 8.000Kg
Johnston & Jeff Pembridge Boxed Bird Table Johnston & Jeff Pembridge Boxed Bird Table
£64.99
£42.75
Johnston & Jeff Pembridge Boxed Bird Table The Pembridge – Wooden Roof Table dimensions when constructed: 150cm H x 59cm W x 59cm D Total weight of boxed table: 7.950Kg Weight of Table when constructed: 7.080Kg
Johnston and Jeff Chatsworth Bird Table Slate Roof Johnston and Jeff Chatsworth Bird Table Slate Roof
£57.99
£55.99
JOHNSTON AND JEFF CHATSWORTH BIRD TABLE with SLATE ROOF Sturdy in design, the Johnston and Jeff Chatsworth Bird Table is easy to erect as thepoles simply slot into place with the fixings supplied. The slate gable roof overhangs to the table to keep any bird food dry. - Height: 149cm - Base: 29cm x 65cm x 65cm (H x W x D) - Table: 33cm x 35cm x 42cm (H x W x D)
Johnston and Jeff Riley Bird Table with Slate Johnston and Jeff Riley Bird Table with Slate
£97.99
£87.99
Johnston and Jeff Riley Bird Table with Slate Solid, stable, well made and comes in 3 parts These are the only bird tables of this kind made from solid hardwood in a choice of styles and colours. Each comes in 3 parts so it is easy for people to carry and easy to take home and easy to put together. The pole slots into the specially designed foot. It is a stable and robust design and there are pilo…
Peckish Everyday Garden Bird Table Peckish Everyday Garden Bird Table
£39.99
£37.99
Peckish Everyday Garden Bird Table Peckish Everyday Bird Table is perfect for feeding the garden birds. Its easy to assemble classic design makes it an ideal choice for any bird lover. 1.5 metres Easy self-assembly FSC 100% certified wood Classic design Where to Site Site your bird table 2 metres from cover, such as trees or shrubs, making it visible, whilst providing a safe place to retreat Put o…
Peckish Secret Garden Wall Hanging Bird Table 32cm Peckish Secret Garden Wall Hanging Bird Table 32cm
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£17.99
Peckish Secret Garden Wall Hanging Bird Table 32cm Easy to hang on walls or fences Strong Metal design Decorative leaf design Removable tray for easy cleaning.

WILD BIRD TABLES for delivery within the UK

By encouraging wild birds to visit your garden you will improving the ambiance of your outside space. You will be able to view a variety of interesting and colourful species and to observe their behaviour. Better still, you will be helping our native birds to survive and thrive. By providing food for the birds you will be sure to make your garden a magnet for feathered visitors. A Bird table is a fabulous investment for your garden.

WHAT Bird Food?

You can use your wild bird table to offer bird seed, sunflower hearts, peanuts, food scraps and other treats. Bird tables are particularly attractive to birds which dislike hanging from Bird feeders. They also provide an alternative to your feeder so there isn't too much competition for the food.

PROTECTING YOUR WOODEN BIRD TABLE

Birds are vulnerable to predators when feeding and their food will be of interest to squirrels. You can prevent cats and squirrels from scaling the table by fitting a baffle to the upright. You could also consider encasing the upright in plastic piping. Cats dislike the smell of citrus and so a little citronella or orange peel will help to deter them. Many wooden bird tables are already treated in order to make the weatherproof. However, it is sometimes a good idea to revarnish the table after a number of years in order to continue to protect the wood against the elements.

WHERE SHOULD YOU LOCATE YOUR WILD BIRD TABLE?

Wild birds will not favour bird tables which leave them feeling vulnerable to attack. It is preferable to locate your bird table in a sheltered area of the garden close to trees and bushes which will provide some cover for the birds. They then have somewhere to wait whilst they check that the coast is clear and to flee to if danger arrives.

MAINTAIN A CLEAN ENVIRONMENT

You should ensure that your bird table is kept as clean and hygienic as possible to prevent the spread of disease. Clean your table regularly and remove uneaten food before it goes off.

BIRD TABLES AT LITTLE PECKERS

You will discover fabulous wild bird tables here at Little Peckers and at the best prices. We price to please so that you can always feed the wild birds in your garden without breaking the bank. You will also find a superlative range of high quality wild bird mixes, wild bird seeds and peanuts at the lowest prices so your bird table will always be well-stocked.

If you would like further information regarding bird tables, then this webpage should help.

Bird Tables: How to Keep the Cats Away

There are millions of cats in the UK and every one of them is a natural predator. Estimates vary as to how many birds are killed every year by cats but it is safe to presume that it is at least 50 million. Whilst cat predation does not seem to have adversely affected bird populations, most bird lovers do not want to see cats in their gardens. If you wish to keep cats away from your bird table and bird feeders then here are some handy tips.

  1. Start by reinforcing the perimeters of your garden. You can do this by topping your fences with plastic roll-up fencing as cats will find it difficult to climb over this. You could also consider constructing a second fence outside the original fence or wall. Use chicken wire or similar and place it at an angle so that it leans in the direction of approaching cats. The hunting felines will be unable to climb this. Taut wire or string mounted six inches above the fence will also help to keep the cats out.
  1. Cats are often wary of the light reflected by shiny surfaces. Old CDs threaded on string can be strung across branches if you don’t mind the look of them. You can also place half-full plastic bottles in your borders as these will also reflect the light.
  1. You should take measures to foil the cats’ attempts at scaling trees and bird tables. It is possible to place spiked collars on tree trunks. The wooden uprights of bird tables and feeders can be encased in plastic piping. The plastic can also be greased to make life even harder for the cats. You can foil the cats by fixing a cone or a disc to the pole. These are usually used to deter squirrels but should also stop the cats. You can fashion a DIY deterrent to use instead of a cone. Take an old biscuit tin or similar. Cut a hole to pass the pole through and position the tin with the open end towards the ground.
  1. Thorney or spikey plants are useful natural deterrents. Grow these in your borders or place clipping in your borders and beneath your bird table and feeder.
  1. There is a plant called Coleus canina which has an odour which cats find unpleasant. You may see this marketed as Scaredy-cat or Pee-off. Planting a few of these might keep the cats away.
  1. There are other odours which cats dislike, notably citrus. Citronella might do the trick or you could try orange or lemon peel.
  1. Cats don’t generally like water so a water pistol might come in handy. If cats learn that they will get squirted with water when they enter your garden then they may think twice about trying. A washing up liquid bottle full of water is a good alternative to a water pistol. You could also automate your water deterrent by using a scarecrow device. This attaches to a hosepipe and features a motion sensor. When the sensor is tripped the device will deliver a water jet.

If you do try to deter cats from your garden then take care not to use anything which could injure the cats. They are not evil and are merely exhibiting a natural behaviour. If all else fails then a dog might prove to be a useful investment!

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