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Posted 20th May
  • Solid Timber Construction
  • Feeding Sponge Included
  • Feeding Cups Included
  • Easy To Clean
  • Helps Reduce Our Decline In Butterflys By Providing A Safe Drinking Area
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Very cute!
Ordered thank you
Just when you think you've seen everything.
Who actually buys this hippy crap? Cold.
echobase20/05/2019 15:34

Who actually buys this hippy crap? Cold.


I did. I’m pretty normal hippie whose kids like butterflies and insects 😁
1) How do butterflies know it's for them?
2) How is this a safe area for butterflies?
3) Why would birds not think it's a safe butterfly eating area for them?
4) Surely flowers are a safe nectar drinking area, and they look nicer, and don't need constructing, nor painting.
Pualle20/05/2019 17:58

1) How do butterflies know it's for them?2) How is this a safe area for …1) How do butterflies know it's for them?2) How is this a safe area for butterflies?3) Why would birds not think it's a safe butterfly eating area for them?4) Surely flowers are a safe nectar drinking area, and they look nicer, and don't need constructing, nor painting.


some good questions here! dont have answers but hey if you can find a great deal on flower seeds you'll get my heat
Pualle20/05/2019 17:58

1) How do butterflies know it's for them?2) How is this a safe area for …1) How do butterflies know it's for them?2) How is this a safe area for butterflies?3) Why would birds not think it's a safe butterfly eating area for them?4) Surely flowers are a safe nectar drinking area, and they look nicer, and don't need constructing, nor painting.


From the Wildlife World website:

Description

"The BUTTERFLY & BEE NECTAR FEEDING STATION is a simple to use nectar feeding station for butterflies and bees in your garden. Feeding butterflies is particularly import at the start and end of the summer season when natural nectar sources from suitable plants may be in short supply.

Site the feeder in a warm sheltered location preferably near flowers to draw in the butterflies. Soak the sponge in Wildlife World Butterfly Food mix or a sugar/water solution to encourage butterflies to the feed station. The nectar feeder also has landing platform with additional nectar cups which may also be filled with liquid butterfly food. Both the nectar cups and sponge are removable and washable to allow good feeding hygiene."



from me: 🐝DON'T FORGET THE BEES! 🐝


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Edited by: "freyabo" 21st May
Reviews not encouraging but I'll give it a go anyway
Pualle20/05/2019 17:58

1) How do butterflies know it's for them?2) How is this a safe area for …1) How do butterflies know it's for them?2) How is this a safe area for butterflies?3) Why would birds not think it's a safe butterfly eating area for them?4) Surely flowers are a safe nectar drinking area, and they look nicer, and don't need constructing, nor painting.


Can't agree more. Needs a sign, surely? Silly butterfly feeder designers.
clogher21/05/2019 12:52

Can't agree more. Needs a sign, surely? Silly butterfly feeder designers.


I'm in total agreement. Ironically, the feeder looks like a sign pointing up, and if interpreted thus by the butterflies they will be flying ever upward in an unending quest for where the arrow points.
How perceptive
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