Bird Seed Feeders

23 products

    Designed to attract a range of birds, our bird seed feeders welcome a range of wild birds into your outdoor space; including smaller birds such as sparrows, finches and bigger birds such as cardinals and jays.

    All of our bird seed feeders are made from hard wearing and durable materials, include our hanging seed feeders, so that you can trust that these feeders will last during harsh weather conditions and provide a reliable, all year round food source for these wild birds.

    These feeders are perfect for a range of seed mixes, so you can change the food to suit the time of the year and provide birds with a well balanced diet.

    With a wide selection of different types of bird feeders, including feeders designed to stop squirrels stealing the seed and feeders for larger birds and small birds, we have something for everyone, whether your a keen bird watcher or you're just starting feeding the garden birds.

    23 products
    Timeless Luytens Swing Seat Feeder
    Timeless Luytens Swing Seat Feeder
    £20.99
    Essentials Plus Sunflower Heart Feeder
    Essentials Plus Sunflower Heart Feeder
    £6.99
    Essentials Sunflower Heart Feeder
    Essentials Sunflower Heart Feeder
    £3.99
    Solar Seed Copper Feeder Small
    Solar Seed Copper Feeder Small
    £19.99
    Essentials Seed Feeder
    Essentials Seed Feeder
    £3.99
    Essentials Nyger Feeder
    Essentials Nyger Feeder
    £3.99
    Swing Seat Bird Feeder
    Swing Seat Bird Feeder
    £20.99
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    Copper Seed Feeder
    Copper Seed Feeder
    £24.99
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    Vintage Bagpath Hanging Bird Feeder
    £19.99
    Notgrove Bird Feeder
    Notgrove Bird Feeder
    £59.99
    Bempton Hanging Bird Table
    Bempton Hanging Bird Table
    £44.99
    Solar Open Copper Feeder
    Solar Open Copper Feeder
    £24.99
    Heritage Everyday Seed Feeder
    Heritage Everyday Seed Feeder
    £9.99
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    Sterling Grand 60cm Seed feeder
    Sterling Grand 60cm Seed feeder
    £19.99
    Heavy Duty Everyday Sunflower Feeder
    Heavy Duty Everyday Sunflower Feeder
    £7.99
    Select Sunflower Hearts Feeder
    Select Sunflower Hearts Feeder
    £4.99
    Select Seed Feeder
    Select Seed Feeder
    £4.99
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    Essentials Squirrel Resistant Seed Feeder
    Essentials Squirrel Resistant Seed Feeder
    £14.99
    Heritage Everyday Finch Feeder
    Heritage Everyday Finch Feeder
    £9.99
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    Heavy Duty Everyday Peanut Feeder
    Heavy Duty Everyday Peanut Feeder
    £7.99
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    Timeless Bempton Hanging Bird Table
    Timeless Bempton Hanging Bird Table
    £44.99
    Silhouette Bird Silo Feeder
    Silhouette Bird Silo Feeder
    £16.99
    Heritage Squirrel Proof Seed Feeder
    Heritage Squirrel Proof Seed Feeder
    £24.99

    The Importance of Bird Seed Feeders

    A bird seed feeder is the perfect way to help the populations of birds thrive, especially during times where food sources may be scarce. Having a bird feeder that is consistent and reliable helps to provide the bird with the nutrients that they need, and a seed feeder will cater to a wide range of bird species diets.

    Bird seed feeders and bird tables are a great way to support the local population of birds in urban and sub urban environments, in these areas it is important to look after our feathered friends to ensure they have everything they need. In addition to this, having a seed feeder is a great way to observe many different wild bird species in your garden!

    How Long can Bird Seeds stay in a seed feeder?

    In general, it's recommended to regularly clean and refill bird feeders, ideally every one to two weeks, to ensure that the seeds remain fresh and free from contamination.

    If the weather conditions are wet or humid, the feed can spoil more quickly, so during these periods, we recommend that you check the feeder more frequently.

    The best location

    Place the bird seed feeder in a location that is easily viable to birds, so that they have space to land and can access the feeder without any obstacles, remember that you need to access it to top up the seed so make it easily reached by humans too!

    If you have potential hiding spots for ground predators, position the feeder away from these to provide safety for the birds.

    You can hang these seed feeders on a branch or a feeding station.