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    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:



    Type of bird

    • Blue tit
    • Chaffinch
    • Great tit
    • House sparrow
    • Robin
    • Wren


    Specification
    Width 12 cm Depth 10 cm
    • Type of Feeder
      Plastic feeders
      Seed feeders
      Table
      Window feeders
    • Type of Food
      Seed mixes
      Straight seeds
      Suet nibbles and sprinkles
      Worms

    Standard delivery to the UK and Channel Islands is £3.95.
    You'll only ever pay one delivery charge per order.

    Delivery is FREE if your order sub-total is £75 or more.
    Delivery is FREE if you order only Pressies that protect, RSPB gift cards and/or RSPB gift membership.

    Next working day delivery is available for in-stock items ordered before 3pm to UK addresses - £5.95
    Choose the day delivery is available for in-stock items to UK addresses - £5.95
    (Items that can be personalised and products sent direct from the supplier are not available for next day or choose the day delivery. Some postcodes are also excluded.)

    See our delivery and returns page for full details.

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    25/Nov/2017
    Useless!
    The birds didn't find this on the first day. On the second day a robin came and fed. Then later that day something larger (I have lots of wood pigeons, magpies and jays, as well as squirrels - but didn't see the culprit) knocked it off the window and ate all the bird food. This morning I stuck it back on a different window, where I was sure no squirrel could get it. By noon, it had been knocked off again, and this time the thief had also stolen the feeder. I looked everywhere, but someone has had it away. I won't be buying another!

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    23/Jun/2015
    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.
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    22/Jun/2013
    Excellent
    First 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.
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    07/Feb/2013
    Mixed Feelings for A Lovely Treat Feeder
    We 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.
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    25/Jan/2013
    Very popular feeder
    Now I have got the hang of the mountings, so that the whole thing isn't forever falling off into the rosemary bush below, I am delighted with this feeder. Filled with sunflower hearts it first attracted bluetits and the occasional great tit, and now I find goldfinches are frequent visitors. This morning a male blackcap visited for five minutes. It seems to help that this is a first floor window with plenty of climbing rose branches for birds to perch on and hide in while summoning up courage to leap onto the tray.
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    14/Dec/2012
    Disappointed
    I bought two of these with some feed for bird loving relatives as Christmas gifts.

    First disappointment is that they were out of stock (although no indication of this until after I placed the order) so took about 10 days to arrive.

    Second thing is that they appear flimsy for the price, plus the packaging recommends that they are used with a canopy that is apparently available separately. Makes it look like a very mean gift even though I spent about £10 with the feed on each one.

    I can't comment on how well the product works as I haven't given them to the recipients yet.
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    31/Jul/2012
    lovely feeder
    Was not sure whether this would work, and it took a few days for the birds to get to it. However now they are on it all day and there is nothing nicer and sitting in the room with the birds feeding (we even have ours next to the cats food bowl and they sit there). The birds have also taken to sitting on the windows as well.
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