Hexagonal Tower Bird Feeder with Feed hopper.


 
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Painted Hexagonal feeder.


     This tower bird feeder is hand crafted in Scandinavian red pine and hand painted. 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.
 
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 Ideally the rear of the feeder should face the main wind direction to protect the food from the wind and rain.
This bird feeder has been treated with a water protective coating. It is recommended that if they are to remain outside in inclement weather that they be resealed every six months. This will keep them fresh and bright, and will help slow the deterioration. We use a Thompson’s water sealer, and an inexpensive pump sprayer, like the one you would use to water indoor plants.
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
Timber
Finish
Price
Quantity & Bracket or Pole
(Select in Basket)
Hexagonal Tower Bird feeder
((HBFPa)
 
Scandinavian Red Pine
Acrylic paint with water repellent coating.
  
£62,50
 
 
 
 
 
 
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.
 
 
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Blue Tit

The blue tit is one of the most delightful little birds in Britain. One of the most noticeable features is the strong head pattern; the dark blue-black eye stripe and the brighter blue ‘skull cap’ are set against the white cheeks and forehead. The blue-green back becomes a brighter blue on the wings, while the underside is a bright lemon yellow. Although male Blue Tits are usually brighter in colour than the females, this difference is often not apparent in the field. Young Blue Tits are duller in appearance than the adults and have pale yellow, rather than white, cheeks. Although adults will feed themselves on sunflower hearts and other seeds, they need to find plenty of caterpillars for their growing youngsters. Parents are likely to collect these from near-by trees and garden shrubs.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Planter and Obelisk combination.
 
 

Blue Tit

The blue tit is a naturally bold and resourceful bird and good at solving problems, especially in the search for food.
Not surprisingly, blue tits were the first birds to peck through milk bottle tops! These little
 
 
 
 
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Blue Tit

birds learn from each other, so any new trick discovered by one, gets rapidly adopted by all!         In winter, blue tits often form flocks with other tit species. They are commonly found at peanut feeders, often hanging upside down. A garden with four or five at a bird table at any one time may be feeding 20 or more blue tits. They breed readily in garden nest boxes, although they will also nest in unusual places such as in letter boxes and pipes.
What they eat
Blue tits eat insects, spiders, fruit, grain and seeds. 
They will eat kitchen scraps (fat, fruit, meat) from bird tables
They are a very frequent visitor to garden bird feeders and will eat seed mixes, suet products and peanuts from hanging feeders.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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