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Wooden Bird Feeder Table / Stand - 113cmTtall - £22.09 / 153cm Tall Version - £24.64 Delivered Using Code @ eBay / 2011homcom
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Wooden Bird Feeder Table / Stand - 113cmTtall - £22.09 / 153cm Tall Version - £24.64 Delivered Using Code @ eBay / 2011homcom

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Posted 3rd Apr

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

£22.09 for this bird table. The cheaper model isn't huge at 113cm tall, but a nice enough looking model for the cash. There's also one at 153cm tall for £2.55 extra, which is probably worth a nosey.

113cm tall £22.09

153cm Tall £24.64

Use code POP15 for these prices - Delivery is free.



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Enjoy the pleasant melody of birds’ singing in your backyard and get closer to nature with our sturdy bird feeder. Help feed wildlife while attracting many and varied smaller birds for your pleasure. Made of high-quality fir wood, this beautiful feeder is pretty to look at. The opening makes refilling much easier and it holds so much seed that you won’t have to worry about refilling very often. What’s more, the metal sheet roof will help keep the seeds protected from the elements.

  • Hexagonal bird feeder
  • High quality wooden construction
  • Metal sheet roof for protection from the elements
  • Fir wood treated with weather protecting
  • Solid 3 legged base
  • Easy to assemble



The 153cm high model is £24.64
This may be better for some and worth checking out - Same code, same seller
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  • This Bird feeder form PawHut is a delightful addition to any bird-friendly area. Ideal for garden, patio and balconies, this durable wooden bird feeder with stand will attract finch, chickadees and other small birds. The roof overhang protects the landing space from rain. Wooden construction and a weatherproof finish means this bird feeder will endure years of use with very little maintenance. Provide birds a fantastic new feeding spot with this Bird Feeder.
  • • Standing platform feeder adds a birding station to your backyard or garden with ease
    • Wooden construction remains durable for seasons
    • Pitched roof keeps feed protected from rain
    • Ample landing space hold seeds, suet or fruits
    • Easy to assemble with pre-drilled holes and roof ridge-cap
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Just put my own Bird feeder camera capture system together today - Cant go out taking pics so seeing what i can do at home.

Still trialing different settings, but basically its an old canon A650 running a CHDK script to automaticaly take a picture when detecting any movement - put in a black card as background so any moving leaves in the wind dont set it off.

Will probably take a few days for the birds to get used to it so they can practice their posing techniques
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Edited by: "restyler" 3rd Apr
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Ordered - TY 🏻
Been looking for a bird feeder but one that can be secured into the ground.
Don't expect this will stop the squirrels though.
Also ordered the taller one.
Is it just me or is this relatively small in height for a bird feeder? Really tempted to get one for this price though
Patr10003/04/2020 13:24

Don't expect this will stop the squirrels though.


Or the pigeons.They hoover up birdseed
The last picture looks a bit odd showing a door which doesn't look like the other pictures?
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Look at the wood and the legs on it....a light breeze will snap it in bits....sorry I'm out.
Pest control says having these can attract rats in your garden
Heat added
Make sure your neighbour dont have cats be4 u buy one of them. Pets should b kept at home!
Just put my own Bird feeder camera capture system together today - Cant go out taking pics so seeing what i can do at home.

Still trialing different settings, but basically its an old canon A650 running a CHDK script to automaticaly take a picture when detecting any movement - put in a black card as background so any moving leaves in the wind dont set it off.

Will probably take a few days for the birds to get used to it so they can practice their posing techniques
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Edited by: "restyler" 3rd Apr
Hondo03/04/2020 15:52

Look at the wood and the legs on it....a light breeze will snap it in …Look at the wood and the legs on it....a light breeze will snap it in bits....sorry I'm out.


No loss!
Got a gold deer
A cat would easily jump up
restyler03/04/2020 19:00

Just put my own Bird feeder camera capture system together today - Cant go …Just put my own Bird feeder camera capture system together today - Cant go out taking pics so seeing what i can do at home.Still trialing different settings, but basically its an old canon A650 running a CHDK script to automaticaly take a picture when detecting any movement - put in a black card as background so any moving leaves in the wind dont set it off.Will probably take a few days for the birds to get used to it so they can practice their posing techniques [Image]



ace! can you give some more details on your script please?
Looks feeble, I doubt it would last till winter
kowalski03/04/2020 19:53

ace! can you give some more details on your script please?


First Off - No way am I a techie expert on CHDK - but used it around 10 years ago just to do a few Timelapses
I tried a timelapse script with the camera in Aperture mode first thing this morning, but when the sun came up, it was locked onto the original exposure settings & the pics got washed out

So, This is the first time I've used the motion detection script - In Manual mode 1/250 // F3.5 // & Manual focus at 30cm.
I'm using "Motion Bas" - see photos of settings screen below
I'm open to any other ideas or different script settings as I'm really just a newby at this




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Edited by: "restyler" 3rd Apr
thank you!
Don’t deliver to NI!
montana7803/04/2020 18:36

Pest control says having these can attract rats in your garden


Surely in their interests so they can kill more animals
Had no idea wooden birds needed feeding. I've learned something new today.

Edit: It only just occured to me, do you put out little pots of linseed oil?
Edited by: "stonkr" 3rd Apr
Anyone know what the quality is like on these?
Bought this for £89 rock solid no balance or strong winds issue, going to paint it with clear varnish. It stands out in the garden and going to last at least 10 years.

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Edited by: "Rbaj" 4th Apr
Just something to think about. As nice as open bird feeders are, you’ll be inundated with collared doves and pigeons trying to get at the food.
justonemore03/04/2020 13:53

Is it just me or is this relatively small in height for a bird feeder? …Is it just me or is this relatively small in height for a bird feeder? Really tempted to get one for this price though


It's not huge, but there is another taller one in the description, for a little more.
restyler03/04/2020 19:00

Just put my own Bird feeder camera capture system together today - Cant go …Just put my own Bird feeder camera capture system together today - Cant go out taking pics so seeing what i can do at home.Still trialing different settings, but basically its an old canon A650 running a CHDK script to automaticaly take a picture when detecting any movement - put in a black card as background so any moving leaves in the wind dont set it off.Will probably take a few days for the birds to get used to it so they can practice their posing techniques [Image]


I think in general the birds prefer the feeder to be under some foliage if possible for some protection. The feeders I am by currently is under a tree and the local Sparrowhawk who comes around fairly often doesn't seem to be able to get a good path into the feeder area, so I don't think he has got any birds from the feeder area.
restyler03/04/2020 19:00

Just put my own Bird feeder camera capture system together today - Cant go …Just put my own Bird feeder camera capture system together today - Cant go out taking pics so seeing what i can do at home.Still trialing different settings, but basically its an old canon A650 running a CHDK script to automaticaly take a picture when detecting any movement - put in a black card as background so any moving leaves in the wind dont set it off.Will probably take a few days for the birds to get used to it so they can practice their posing techniques [Image]


What birds do you get? Black sunflower seeds and fat balls are good for many birds and have you tried Nijer seeds for Goldfinches if you think you have any around.
newsgroupmonkey04/04/2020 10:09

Just something to think about. As nice as open bird feeders are, you’ll be …Just something to think about. As nice as open bird feeders are, you’ll be inundated with collared doves and pigeons trying to get at the food.


That's a classic case of bird discrimination
peakbear04/04/2020 12:02

What birds do you get? Black sunflower seeds and fat balls are good for …What birds do you get? Black sunflower seeds and fat balls are good for many birds and have you tried Nijer seeds for Goldfinches if you think you have any around.


As I said - I've only just put this together & have no idea what birds to expect.

I bought a 12Kg bag of bird seed from B&M for £3.99 - seemed a bargain, so probably got enough till end of summer {if I dont start eating it first due to lockdown}

I put it out this morning at 06:30 & brought just the camera back in at 11:00 - unfortunately no birds tempted as yet, but early days.

For anyone else thinking of trying something similar, why not install a motion detector app such as {this android app} on a spare smartphone, possibly connected to a small powerbank for extended use, then it automatically takes a photo & emails it to another phone when any movement detected.
Ken04/04/2020 10:20

It's not huge, but there is another taller one in the description, for a …It's not huge, but there is another taller one in the description, for a little more.


Thank you. I have ordered the larger one.
peakbear04/04/2020 12:02

What birds do you get? Black sunflower seeds and fat balls are good for …What birds do you get? Black sunflower seeds and fat balls are good for many birds and have you tried Nijer seeds for Goldfinches if you think you have any around.


The goldfinches love my fat balls But I'm not posting pictures as I know mods would immediately go on a take down
Good day sir/madam......
restyler03/04/2020 19:00

Just put my own Bird feeder camera capture system together today - Cant go …Just put my own Bird feeder camera capture system together today - Cant go out taking pics so seeing what i can do at home.Still trialing different settings, but basically its an old canon A650 running a CHDK script to automaticaly take a picture when detecting any movement - put in a black card as background so any moving leaves in the wind dont set it off.Will probably take a few days for the birds to get used to it so they can practice their posing techniques [Image]


nice, our cats would love it though, saves them the effort of hunting
restyler04/04/2020 13:10

I've only just put this together & have no idea what birds to …I've only just put this together & have no idea what birds to expect....


So here's what I got this morning at 07:43 - I think Male & Female House Sparrows

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Edited by: "restyler" 5th Apr
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