Bird Feeder Stands

12 products

    When looking for ways to attract and nourish birds in your garden, there's no better option than a bird feeder stand, these structures provide wild birds with a station that offers them a reliable and practical source of food and drink, especially if you know the best way to mimic a birds natural diet.

    With multiple hooks and trays for different types of feed, bird feeding stations and stands allow you to provide treats for lots of different species at once so they are a great addition to any garden.

    Over the years, bird feeder stands have gained many features that make them stand out and attract birds. From seed and water trays, bird feeder poles and perches, these additions create a feeding station that offers birds all forms of nourishment.

    We have a whole range of bird feeding stations and stands, check them out below.

    12 products
    Essentials Four Arm Complete Feeding Station
    Essentials Four Arm Complete Feeding Station
    £34.99
    Notgrove Bird Feeder
    Notgrove Bird Feeder
    £59.99
    Heritage Complete Four Arm Feeding Station
    Heritage Complete Four Arm Feeding Station
    £69.99
    Sterling Feeding Station
    £24.99
    Essentials Two Arm Complete Feeding Station
    Essentials Two Arm Complete Feeding Station
    £18.99
    Heavy Duty S Hook Large
    £4.99
    Essentials Two Arm Feeding Station
    Essentials Two Arm Feeding Station
    £12.99
    Heavy Duty Shepherds Crook
    Heavy Duty Shepherds Crook
    £9.99
    Heavy Duty S Hook Small
    Heavy Duty S Hook Small
    £2.99
    Sterling S Hook Small
    Sterling S Hook Small
    £2.99
    Window Feeding Hook
    £3.99
    Sterling Shepherds Crook
    Sterling Shepherds Crook
    £9.99

    Attracting Birds to Your Wild Bird Feeding Station

    The diversity of options for feeding on a feeder stand is one of the reasons they are the perfect feeder to attract a wide range of birds.

    To encourage specific species of birds, select wild bird seeds which you know they love. This way, you are giving them a reason to come and feed from your stand - if you keep the feed regularly topped up and offer other wildlife accessories such as nest boxes or bird baths, you'll create a reliable food source that the birds will keep coming back to.

    Essential Accessories for Bird Feeder Stands

    By having a few different ways to feed on your bird feeder stands, you can not only accommodate different types of food such as suet block and seed mixes, but also create a space where multiple species of birds feel comfortable feeding. You can have seed tray option along side investing in a specially designed suet ball feeder to make your feeding station perfect for a whole range of birds.

    If you want your garden to have everything a bird needs, a water tray is essential as this is a way for the bird to hydrate and clean themselves.

    To feed safely, garden birds like to have perches and some shelter from harsh weathers so it is important to look for feeding stands with these features if you don't have any natural shelter to place the feeder near in your garden.

    Dealing with Squirrels and Predators Around Your Feeder station

    We all know how frustrating it can be watching squirrels climb the feeder stand pole and steal all of the bird food which is why it is important to know the best ways to deter squirrels from your feeding stand.

    Place your feeder strategically, position them away from trees, fences and other structures that could make them easy to access for these mammals. If they are still managing to access the food via the bird feeder pole, grease pole with Vaseline or place specialised squirrel deterrents on the pole. If Squirrels are continuing to be a problem, you can invest in squirrel proof feeding stations.

    Types of birds

    The types of birds you're likely to see at your bird feeder stand can vary depending on several factors, including your geographical location, the time of year, available habitat, and the types of food you offer. However, here are some common bird species that are frequently attracted to bird feeder stations in many regions:

    House Sparrow, American Goldfinch, Woodpecker, Blue Jay, Blue Tit, Great Tit.

    Maintaining Your Bird Feeder Stand for Longevity

    By regularly cleaning your bird feeder stand, you can ensure it lasts for a long time, and create a clean and healthy space for birds to enjoy feeding.

    It is important to regularly clean the trays in which the food are on as this can help stop spread illnesses and provides birds with a hygienic food source. Birds also prefer to eat off of space that are clean - so by keeping on top of this you should attract a wide range of birds.

    When topping up the food, take a few seconds to check for any wear and tear - if there is any you can repair or replace these damaged components.

    All of our feeders are made from durable and hard wearing materials, so you can be sure that they will last you a long time.