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Tui are a popular bird to attract in many Kiwi backyards. The Tui Nectar Feeder, is a specialist feeder for nectar feeding birds like tui, bellbirds and waxeyes.
Nectar feeding birds love sugar water, especially when nectar flowering trees are out of season.
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- This feeder has a patented Bee Guard which prevents bees and wasps from reaching the nectar.
- It is easy to clean and fill.
- Suitable for all nectar feeding birds.
Directions for use
- Dissolve 200g of white sugar into 1 litre of warm water.
- Once cool, pour sugar water into the Tui Nectar Feeder.
- If possible, place in or near a nectar flowering tree.
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With both perches and a tray, bird can feed in whichever position is most natural for them.Having three perches and feeding portals provides space for multiple birds.
Feeder disassembles for easy cleaning and filling.
The Polycarbonate tube is durable and weather-resistant. The polyester powder coat finish is attractive and long lasting.
Approximate capacity: 800g
The Giant Combo Feeder will make a wonderful addition to your backyard, deck, or patio décor, with its attractive hammered copper finish and all metal construction.
There are 6 feeding portals on the screen and 6 seed openings on the tray of this feeder. Birds may cling to the screen, use a perch, or the feeder tray to feed. The birds are protected by the overhang of the roof while feeding, and with multiple drainage holes in the seed tray, seed stays fresh and dry.
The built-in seed diverter keeps seed fresh, moving it to the feeding area.
Approximate capacity: 5.5kg
The stylish small feeder makes a great gift to someone new at feeding birds. The versatile and economical size is ideal for patios or decks when trying to attract only a few birds.
The easy twist-off top makes filling and cleaning simple. The attractive hammered copper polyester powder-coat finish is durable and will look great in any yard.
Approximate capacity: 400g
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