I love robins feeder & buggy nibbles

R407697
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    SPECIAL OFFER - Save £1 with this pack including the I love robins feeder and 1 kg buggy nibbles

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    This neat little feeder has a domed roof to help protect birds whilst they eat, and keep food dry in wet weather. Made from tough polycarbonate, the dome slides up and down so you can deter larger birds if you wish.

    Perfect for our buggy nibbles: a delicacy that few garden birds can resist. Made from a tasty mix of mealworms, premium UK suet and cereal. Buggy nibbles are a great alternative to peanuts.




    Features
    Includes feeder & 1 kg buggy nibbles |Dome measures 15.5 cm diameter

    R407697
    • Type of Food
      Suet nibbles and sprinkles
    • Suitable Wildlife
      Birds
    • Recipient
      Feeding birds
      Gardeners
      Grown-ups
      Home and garden
      Nature lovers
    • £3.95 - Standard delivery to the UK and Channel Islands
    • FREE - for orders of £50 or more

    See our delivery and returns page for full details.

    RSPB Shop offers a no-quibble free returns policy. We hope you will be delighted with every purchase, but if not, we will offer you a replacement or a full refund - whatever the reason. Just let us know within 90 days of delivery by contacting our customer service team on 0345 034 7733. Full details of our returns policy >

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    Age: 65+

    25/Feb/2020
    Great - I bought a second!
    I now have 2 large and 1 small Robin feeders. The large ones are used by several type of Tit, Robins, Bullfinches, Chaffinches, Sparrows and even athletic Blackbirds. I have used sunflower hearts and meal worms in them, but, above all, the birds love Cranberry suet nibbles.
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    Age: 55 - 64

    08/Jan/2020
    Squirrels are clever
    I am going to persevere with this but so far it hasn't been entirely satisfactory. Squirrels have been remarkable in finding a way in, as has a mouse. Pigeons managed to shake it so that seed spread on the ground. I have yet to see a robin inside but I am going to re-hang with a fine filament and a spring so will give it another go.
    RSPB response
    Thank you. We are sorry to hear that you have been disappointed with this so far. This lightweight feeder is not suitable for deterring squirrels, though you could try experimenting with a few different locations to make this more difficult to access.
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    Age: 55 - 64

    24/Dec/2019
    Too small & flimsy
    I found this totally impractical compared with the larger one I bought from you. This one blows around in the wind as so lightweight & small - & birds do not like.
    RSPB response
    Thank you. We are sorry to hear that you have been disappointed with this purchase. Birds are wary creatures and can take time to adjust to any new feeder. The small size is designed to appeal to small birds and deter larger species.
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    Age: 55 - 64

    17/May/2019
    Great success with our small birds
    Before I got this feeder the only birds we had seen in the garden were pigeons. The robins love it, especially if I put out mealworms, and the sparrows & blue tits love the buggy nibbles. And the pigeons can’t steal the food. So all round very happy with my purchase.
    RSPB response
    Thank you for taking the time to share your review, and glad to hear you now have more small birds in your garden!
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    12/Jan/2018
    not great
    magpies and starlings able to cope with lowered dome by hanging from tray.so can the tits. robins can't! expensive for what it is
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    14/Sep/2016
    Persevering with this feeder
    My finches really like this now but it took a while to tempt them into the feeder. In the end I filled it with really tasty sunflower hearts and some buggy nibbles.

    The variable dome keeps out the big boys (I've some macho and raucous jackdaws that spoil it for everyone!), and I lower the plastic dome if it looks like rain.
    Finally, it holds more food than you'd think, so less work.

    How long the adjustable presser will last I can't say but it's good value just now with the deal.
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