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Eco Bird Feeder

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Product Code: SN45612

Made from recycled plastic, this is ideal for attracting small birds such as tits, nuthatches and bullfinches.
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  • Ideal for attracting and feeding small bird species
  • See through – so food levels can be easily monitored
  • Light and easy to hang from the integral loop
  • Made from recycled, second life plastic

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Eco Bird Feeder

Made from recycled plastic, this is ideal for attracting small birds such as tits, nuthatches and bullfinches.

  • With a see-through hopper to monitor food levels, it is suitable for seeds and kibbled nuts, which can be added via the roof.

  • Light and simple to hang from the integral loop, it features an easy-to-open mechanism that makes cleaning with warm water simple.

  • Eco-friendly, the feeder is made in the UK, from recycled second life plastic and is coloured in a subtle green, which blends into the environment.

  • Bird feeders are a simple and engaging resource for encouraging wildlife to the school garden, promoting observational skills and for helping children become more connected with the natural world.

  • Use for data collection, as children can observe the feeders and record the type of bird that visits, as well as the time of day, their behaviour and which food they prefer. Use to examine seasonal change, exploring why certain birds might visit in the winter and others may not and how bird feeders can help birds, especially during challenging seasons.

  • Can be used to explain the concept of biodiversity, as by observing and identifying different species, children can learn about the varieties that exist in their local school grounds.

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  • Material: Recycled Plastic
  • Height: 200 mm
  • Width: 200 mm
  • Depth: 200 mm
  • Weight: 170 g

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