Bird Feeders

Bird feeders are a traditional method of attracting wild birds to your garden. Our feeders range from small and basic all the way to very large and specialised. Coming in a variety of designs, bird feeders not only provide decoration in your garden but also an excellent way to feed seeds, peanuts and mixes.

Bird feeding stations offer a great way to hang feeders.  By Introducing a feeding station into your garden you are providing wild birds with another feeding opportunity whilst also creating flexibility to place hanging feeders anywhere in your garden.


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The Sutherland Seed House Feed is a contemporary house shaped wild bird peanut feeder in orange. This feeder stands 8.7"/22cm tall.
£8.99
A neat little hook for your feeders. Simply spirals anywhere around your pole and allows you to hang a feeder. Now with a 'Pig Tail End' to prevent the wind or squirrels knocking it off! 8" (200mm) long. The weight of the feeder keeps it in position.
£4.75
Ideal for hanging Wild Bird feeders from tree branches. 
£3.99
Ideal for hanging Wild Bird feeders from tree branches. 
£2.99
Ideal for hanging Wild Bird feeders from tree branches. 
£4.99
Sophie Conran, of the well-known Conran British design dynasty, brings her contemporary country house style to a wide range of garden tools and accessories.
£6.99
Make any fence post, wall or shed an instant feeding point with this nifty mounting for Flutter Butter® Pods.
£2.95
Enjoy a close-up view of birds enjoying Flutter Butter Pods. This window feeder is made especially for new Flutter Butter Pods. Strong suckers adhere instantly to any window. Pod swaps when empty and quick and easy. Simply lift of the feeder for a quick clean-up without having to detach the suckers. 
£6.95
Sophie Conran, of the well-known Conran British design dynasty, brings her contemporary country house style to a wide range of garden tools and accessories.
£6.99
Introducing a new way to dispense your suet treats. 
£4.95

The Supa 2 Port Mealworm Feeder can be hung from a tree, hook or even a washing line you may have in your garden to attract birds who enjoy feeding on mealworms.

The scattering of mealworms on the large base tray acts as an intial attractant for wild birds.

£4.95