The weather is getting colder with every passing day, but passing into Autumn doesn’t mean we can forget about our feathered friends. If anything, they need us more than ever.
The Birdball Belle feeder by Green & Blue has been designed to hold both large and small fat balls, fruit and kitchen scraps. It can also be used to hold nesting material such as wool. Belle allows small birds such as tits, sparrows, nuthatches and finches to feed yet deters larger birds. It is easy to clean, easy to fill, weather-proof, and prevents damage to birds’ feet and beaks that can be caused by mesh and wire. It comes complete with stainless steel wire, spring, tree protector & detailed instructions and is available in terracotta, white, mushroom, blue & lime colours. Packaged in a stylish brown box this Birdball Belle feeder makes a wonderful gift idea and a great addition to any garden.
This Bird House from Fallen Fruits is part of their Kew Garden collection, produced under license for Kew Royal Botanical Gardens. FSC accredited, this stylish wooden bird house with copper roof and hinged side door also features the Kew crest. It attracts birds to your garden and makes a great gift idea for any gardening enthusiast. There are many more Fallen Fruit home & garden gifts and accessories also available.
Provide garden birds with a reliable source of food with the Birdball peanut feeder by Green & Blue. Specifically designed to allow small birds such as tits, sparrows, nuthatchers, finches and woodpeckers to feed yet deter larger birds and squirrels with its gravity-fed feeding slot, it has a glossy surface and unique flexi perch™ system. Its simple & stylish design offers safe, year-round feeding for birds whilst keeping nuts dry and being easy to clean. This ingenious peanut feeder is also weather-proof and prevents damage to birds’ feet and beaks that can be caused by mesh and wire. It includes stainless steel wire, a tree protector & full instructions and is available in white, blue & lime colours. Like the other feeders, it’s packaged in a brown box and would make a wonderful gift.
How do you care for the birds in your garden?