Large dome feeder

R408702
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    Our large dome feeder provides plenty of space for your birds to feed and uninterrupted views of the birds for you.
    You can easily adjust the dome height to deter larger species such as pigeons and allowing smaller birds such as robins, tits and sparrows to feed in peace.

    Hang it in your garden or balcony and fill with seed, mealworms, or suet.




    Features
    Measures 25.5 (w) x 32.5 (h) x 25.5 (d) cm |Dome diameter 25.5 cm |Tray diameter 18.3 cm

    R408702
    • Recipient
      Feeding birds
    • £3.95 - Standard delivery to the UK and Channel Islands
    • FREE - for orders of £50 or more

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    Age: 45 - 54

    08/Feb/2020
    Best Feeders
    We have bought dozens of feeders of the last 10 years or so and these are by far the best. One has broken after about four years, they do blow off the hook but unlike the other review ours have landed on out patio numerous times and this is the first breakage. We have a mixture or the small and large (small one is starling proof if adjusted correctly).
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    Age: 45 - 54

    21/Apr/2019
    Not quite
    Useful for birds but I had to wire it onto the hook with fencing wire and I wold have kept the dome as large as the one for the large feeder because wthout additinal deterrent, (I added a bigger wire dome) squirrels can get past it by hanging from back feet and reaching round the pastic one.,.
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    Age: 55 - 64

    24/Aug/2018
    Popular feeder with the birds but...
    I've bought two of these in the last couple of years and each of them has broken in the same way: a gust of wind has blown it off the hook (the RSPB hook for feeders) and the bit of the tray where the metal rod for the dome screws in has completely broken, making the whole feeder unusable. The feeder hangs over the lawn, so it's not as though it hit anything hard. It would be a great design, if it were more robust
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