"Eco Beacon" seed feeder

"Eco Beacon" seed feeder
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£7.50

Product Information
Specification

The Eco Beacon Bird Feeder is made from recycled “second life“ plastic so it is kind to the planet. It is British designed and manufactured in the UK.   

Features

  • Light and easy to hang from integral hanging loop
  • Easy to fill through the swivel port on Eco Beacon roof
  • Suitable for seeds, hearts, kibbled nuts
  • See through hopper to monitor food levels
  • Ideal for feeding small bird species such as tits, nuthatches, bullfinches etc
  • Easy to clean with warm water/bird table cleaner and an old tooth brush as required
  • Subtle mottled green colour blends into the environment
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Product CodeL2H697
ManufacturerWILDLIFE WORLD
ConditionNew
Weight0.3kg


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Updated 05/04/2019