The birds (and squirrels) love it!I am having to order a new feeder. I love watching the birds on it (yes, even the squirrels). The birds and squirrels use it steadily. Unfortunately, the suction sometimes fails on the feeder -- often because a squirrel has jumped on it! This time, one suction cup can NOT be found. The feeder has been off the window at least three days and we are all missing it. So, now I will have an extra suction cup (from the first feeder) and extra tray. By Patricia, on 23 Jun 2015
ExcellentFirst of all, ignore the complaints you see about it falling off all the time. all you need to do is push the middle in to let all the trapped air out (like ever sucker cup you can buy). the birds love it and its strong enough to hold a magpie on. (yes I had one on mine because a crow was hogging the table feeder).. :)
well worth the money. By emmah27, on 22 Jun 2013
Mixed Feelings for A Lovely Treat FeederWe were looking for something we could put water in for our feathered friends who frequent our window feeders being in a first floor flat, With 900 yards of beech trees and woodland down the side of our block of flats. When we opened the treat tray it was half off the card it was glue to. And when we opened the treats Tray we found it had holes in obviously to let water through. So instead we placed the Tray on the window no problems, however we have had to go round the building to pick it up off the ground one too many times. The suckers are very loose on the tray. It has been two days now and all our feathered friends have passed this by every time, even though it's filled with delicious dried mealworms, flies and river shrimp. Maybe within the next couple of days they will see it.As I know for sure they love their treats and we definitely love spoiling our feathered friends.As we enjoy observing them day by day, they have become used to us now. Not so window shy anymore. God Bless and Thank you. By Rainbow Lizzie, on 7 Feb 2013
Treat tray window feeder
- Product information
This lightweight yet sturdy window feeder allows you an excellent view of the visiting birds.
Made from strong polycarbonate, it won't discolour and is easy to clean. It attaches to your window with two non-marking suckers.
The treat tray is a small window feeder, particularly suitable for smaller garden birds such as:
- Blue tit - Chaffinch - Great tit - House sparrow - Robin - Wren
Width 12 cm
Depth 10 cm
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Treat tray window feeder
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