Oak Bird Feeders. 


Hexagonal Tower Bird feeder.

           This tower bird feeder is hand crafted in oak. This is a really nice piece. It has a large hopper feeder to keep the birds well fed for longer and to keep the feed dry.  To fill, take off the roof and fill the feed hopper.

Ideally the rear of the feeder should face the main wind direction to protect the food from the wind and rain.
Note: The pole that is supplied with the feeder should be hammered into the ground to a depth of 15-20 cm.
      We also offer a wall bracket  for this bird feeder if you would prefer, so that it can be attached to a wall, gate post or something similar.

These bird feeders and nesting boxes are all handmade and painted so will differ slightly from the ones pictured.
Pole supplied is 4x4x180cm (h)
  Dimensions: 29(w)x29(d)x62cm(h)
Product Name
Quantity & Bracket or Pole
(Select in Basket)
Hexagonal Tower Bird feeder
Brtish Oak
Delivery approximately 30 days Postage and Packaging is included for the Uk Mainland.
We also offer a bespoke service, so if you would like this or any of our own wooden products made to your own preferred measurements please contact us and we will be pleased to help.
If you live in the Channel Islands, Highlands and Islands or Ireland please ring 01952 541170 or email sales@thelichfieldplantercompany.co.uk for a quote for delivery.


The stunning goldfinch with its head is striped in red, white and black and breast tanned with chestnut splashes. Its wings are speckled and tipped with black as well as being stripped in gold. The goldfinch also has subtle a brown mantle and flanks with a white-ish under parts. Both male and female goldfinches being similar.
Because the bill of the Goldfinch is thin and light weight their primary diet is seed, which can be from many different varieties of tree, including birch and alder.
The ideal wild bird food for goldfinches include niger seed and sunflower hearts which they will take from both hanging feeders and bird tables.
Planter and Obelisk combination.


Over recent decades the goldfinch population has increased which could be the result of garden bird feeders allowing them to over winter more successfully. Goldfinches are partial to nyger seeds, in particular,and if you scatter them


out you can expect to see the birds coming to feed, no matter how urban your garden.
Goldfinch nests are built exclusively by the female and comprise mainly of moss, lichen and grass. The interior of the nest is lined with materials such as plant down and wool. The nest is like a cup-shaped bowl. It is common to find goldfinch nests in large garden, on the end of branches and buried within hedgerows.
Gold finch eggs are pale blue, glossy and smooth being about eighteen millimetres in length. Breeding starts in late April, the incubation period lasts for between ten to fourteen days and then around fifteen fledge days. Both parents work together to feed the young.
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