Feed the Birds

Feed the Birds

Wildlife product and habitat designers, Wildlife World, has introduced a brand new, distinctive bird feeder to its growing range of products for garden birds.
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The team at Wildlife World shares a wealth of knowledge on all species and their preferred nesting and feeding habits, and have applied this to the design and creation of all of its products. The Archway Ground Feeder is an excellent example of this, as it is especially designed for small bird species such as dunnocks, robins and blackbirds, which prefer to feed from ground.

Norman Sellers, Managing Director at Wildlife World commented, “Here at Wildlife World we aim to offer products that are suitable and beneficial to all garden species and we can proudly say we have achieved this with our new Archway Ground Feeder for garden birds. We offer a wide range of feeding tables and boxes but before now we didn’t have a product that addressed the specific habits of ground feeding birds. We are pleased that gardeners now have the option to offer a feeding tray for all birds they find in their garden. ”

He continued, “We particularly like how versatile the product is. If customers find that they do not receive very many birds that use the tray from the ground then they can simply suspend the feeder using the hole in the Perspex cover to offer a higher feeding platform.”
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The Archway Ground Feeder is suitable for rural and urban gardens and is very subtle in colour and appearance so can easily blend into plants or foliage away from cats, dogs or other predators. The Perspex clear panel used to form the attractive archway feature offers gardeners an unobstructed view of feeding birds, whilst protecting them from larger birds.

The base of the feeder is created using a mesh tray where the food can be placed. This can be removed for regular cleaning to allow users to maintain good bird hygiene. The Perspex archway will also help to keep the food drier for longer by preventing any rotting.

The feeder comes flat-packed and can be easily constructed in seconds without using any tools. The flexible Perspex panel is simply bent to form the arch shape and secured over the ends of the side bars. The feeding tray is then placed between these bars and can still be easily accessed and removed without disassembling the product.

Ben Crowther
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