Tui Dual Feeder

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Solid powder coated coloured construction makes this quality dual chamber feeder a must for the discerning wild bird fan.

The Tui Dual Feeder is available in cobalt blue, has drainage holes, seed diverters and is easy to clean.

Suitable for all seed eating wild birds. Approximate capacity: 2kg

Benefits

  • High quality construction
  • UV Stabilised
  • Weather resistant finish
  • Easy to clean
  • Simple to fill design

Directions for use

  • Birds feed most actively in the early morning, replenishing their energy after the night.
  • Keep the feeders filled with wild bird mix.
  • Regularly clean and dry your bird feeding station or feeder.
  • Feeding food from dirty, unclean feeders may contribute to the spread of disease amongst the wild bird population.
  • Always keep food dry and not allow it to go mouldy as rotten food has the potential to be harmful to wild birds.
  • Ensure your hanging feeder or platform station is in a position that is both visible to you and in a quiet, naturally sheltered location away from windows that birds may fly into.

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