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Gardman Window bird feeder  (free C&C) @ B&Q - £3.00.  1 Year Guarantee
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Gardman Window bird feeder (free C&C) @ B&Q - £3.00. 1 Year Guarantee

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Encourage birds into your garden with this blue plastic bird feeder from Gardman. It is suitable for all types of bird feed. Contents include fat snax hanger and two suction cups.

  • Guarantee - 1 year

Features and BenefitsDurable plastic window feeder complete with strong suction pads which allows birds to feed out of sight of larger predators. This feeder holds 150g of seed mix, 145g of peanut, 100g of sunflower seed, 150g of peanuts, 220g of suet treats, or 2 suet balls.

  • Made from durable plastic
  • Features strong suction pads
  • Can be used all year round
  • Suitable for all feed types
  • Construction Material - Plastic

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Thanks, been looking to attract more birds into my garden for my oldest. Heat added
Thank you @ZanyAngel for sharing
I wonder if the guarantee excludes any damage caused by birds.
These are such a bad idea. They encourage birds to fly close to windows.
It's great to feed birds but I would suggest ordinary feeders at the bottom of the garden, high up in a safe place rather than near a house. Birds are unlikely to want to come close to houses and could fly into the glass.
Why do I need to feed my windows?
MarkShopper17/09/2019 10:08

It's great to feed birds but I would suggest ordinary feeders at the …It's great to feed birds but I would suggest ordinary feeders at the bottom of the garden, high up in a safe place rather than near a house. Birds are unlikely to want to come close to houses and could fly into the glass.


For a number of reasons, often not practical.
I tried one of these a while back ( a different brand). Due to how my top windows open , it was very very awkward to place it where I thought birds might find and I could see.
But all I got after a couple of days , was a cheeky squirrel who managed to get to it, scoffing away!
After some effort, I Took it down.
I have two of these and they have never been the cause of birds flying into the window. Yes, birds do fly into my windows, but not (just) where the windows where the feeders are installed. The birds that hit the windows are normally pigeons (on the upstairs windows) and swallows (up and downstairs).
The birds that visit are mostly robins and tits. It took a while - several weeks - before they started visiting.
The best food for these feeders IMO is dried mealworms. The only downside to this food is that it can blow out of the feeder when it's windy. So I also use suet pellets or broken up fat-balls.
Lastly, these feeders are fragile and if they fall off the glass they tend to break. I've lost a couple this way. My solution is to fix them to the glass with weatherproof double-sided tape. Could also use silicone mastic or similar.
Recommended (with the above caveats).
Nice.......if you want birds shatting on your window sill! Nahhh!
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