For The Birds 

Pyramid Bird Feeder
Pyramid Bird Feeder

Pyramid Bird Feeder

This bird feeder is an attractive garden addition and will encourage smaller birds. It features a novel design of feed hopper in the centre pillar so the food remains dry. The bird feeder is shown here in a golden brown finish, we can also supply it in a clear finish.
30cm square by 20 cm high and suspended by a rope with a wooden toggle.
Ireland, Highlands and Islands, please phone or email for delivery price.
Dimensions: 30x30x20m(h)
Pyramid Bird Feeder
Product Name
Quantity & Finish
(Select in Basket)
Pyramid Feeder
30x30x20cm (High) (P.BF)
Scandinavian Red Pine
Clear or Golden Brown
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 for a quote for delivery.

The Blackcap

The Blackcap is a warbler. The male with a distinctive black cap, while the female has a chestnut coloured cap (crown and forehead).  They are a little smaller than a House Sparrow, and are known as northern nightingales, because of their  enchanting and fluting song.  The young are similar to the adult female, except that the juvenile males have black-brown caps while the young females a yellow-brown cap.
The males can be easily confused with the Marsh Tit and Willow Tit, and both sexes with the Garden Warbler. The Tits both have black bibs while the Garden Warbler is very similar in appearance, but without a 
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The Blackcap

close relatives, the garden warblers, their songs are virtually identical. However, black cap. Although Black caps look different to their 

The Blackcap

people with a really keen ear can hear the difference between the two, as the blackcap has longer pauses within its song. During the breeding season, Blackcaps normally feed on insects such as, caterpillars and flies as well as spiders that they pick from shrubs and trees. At other times, particularly in winter, they feed on berries. During the winter they will visit bird tables and bird feeders. They will also feed from suet bars, especially when impregnated with dried flies. In fact the number of Blackcaps visiting our feeders and bird tables is increasing and has increased fourfold since the nineteen seventies.
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