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Bird Feeder £5.00 Prime / £8.99 Non Prime @ Amazon

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Had a problem with the seeds spilling onto the ground from the normal seed feeders so found these, apologies if already posted Read More
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8m, 5d agoFound 8 months, 5 days ago
Had a problem with the seeds spilling onto the ground from the normal seed feeders so found these, apologies if already posted
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8m, 5d agoFound 8 months, 5 days ago
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I have this, no probs at all and cheap.
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dinosteveus
I have this, no probs at all and cheap.
Thank you Steve
3 Likes #3
When using a normal small bird feeder just glue a larger plastic pot tray, I use a 4" one below mine and any spillage go to any wood pigeons(hav'nt any in garden for last few weeks).Fed over a dozen sparrows today with bread (Discounted loaves)with margarine worked by hand to produce a mix which they love year after year to feed there young and themselves.
Been doing that for over 2 decades.
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I have a ramekin type dish in the kitchen filled with bird seed. When I'm cooking and fat comes from the food I pour it into the dish.
When it's full I put it in the freezer for 24hrs and then dip the dish in boiling hot water. The fat/seeds comes out easily and I put it on the bird table. The birds love it. It stops fat going down the sink.

Edited By: dinosteveus on Nov 20, 2016 20:36
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morrig
When using a normal small bird feeder just glue a larger plastic pot tray, I use a 4" one below mine and any spillage go to any wood pigeons(hav'nt any in garden for last few weeks).Fed over a dozen sparrows today with bread (Discounted loaves)with margarine worked by hand to produce a mix which they love year after year to feed there young and themselves.
Been doing that for over 2 decades.
That is so kind of you to post I am very grateful and will try this tip thank you
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excellent tip Steve thank you my dear I put my fat into a small jar and there is no reason why I shouldnt give it to our birds thank you for the tip my dear much appreciated
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sukysue
[quote=dinosteveus]I have a ramekin type dish in the kitchen filled with bird seed. When I'm cooking and fat comes from the food I pour it into the dish.
When it's full I put it in the freezer for 24hrs and then dip the dish in boiling hot water. The fat/seeds comes out easily and I put it on the bird table. The birds love it. It stops fat going down the sink.


#7
Just ordered, thanks very much. I would have voted hot but not hot or cold buttons available. Must be a fault on the site as it is letting me post this.
2 Likes #8
Great for getting to see tits in the garden
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morrig
When using a normal small bird feeder just glue a larger plastic pot tray, I use a 4" one below mine and any spillage go to any wood pigeons(hav'nt any in garden for last few weeks).Fed over a dozen sparrows today with bread (Discounted loaves)with margarine worked by hand to produce a mix which they love year after year to feed there young and themselves.
Been doing that for over 2 decades.

Ive heard they like cheese??? anyway just made them some fat balls which have held together well using old bread, bird seed, crushed peanuts, cheese and melted butter/ with a little olive oil.

Just hope i don't kill them with my recipe :P
#10
why not add a bit of rat poison to the mix, so you can kill them even quicker.
http://www.onegreenplanet.org/animalsandnature/feeding-white-bread-to-wild-birds-is-killing-them/
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phorenzik
why not add a bit of rat poison to the mix, so you can kill them even quicker.http://www.onegreenplanet.org/animalsandnature/feeding-white-bread-to-wild-birds-is-killing-them/
isnt this only wildfowl like ducks geese etc ? I mean we as a nation have been feeding wild birds allsorts since the year dot ?Hope it isnt so but I never feed ducks etc bread I always buy their special food
#12
Bread isn't natural. it shouldn't be fed to humans, let alone birds. Give them seed/mealworms instead. Never bread.

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