CJ Wildlife, Wild Bird Feeder For Peanuts
Feed peanuts safely to your garden birds all year-round with the National Trust Medium Metal Peanut Feeder. Peanuts are a traditional food and are popular with a wide variety of bird species. As this feeder is made from metal, it will be tough and long-lasting, and more resistant to squirrel damage.
The feeder also includes tough hangers and caps constructed from corrosion resistant solid metal alloy, stainless steel mesh and an ergonomic design; creating a feeder that performs brilliantly overall, but is also simple to use. Keeping bird feeders clean is important, and so the feeder can be easily dismantled for cleaning. The feeder also has a screw thread in the base making it compatible with many of our feeder accessories including feeder trays, which are great for collecting any waste material from the feeder as well as acting as an additional feeding and perching area for your garden birds.
The feeder is suitable for feeding peanuts, look out for the new National Trust Premium Peanuts bag sizes available on our website. All our peanuts are high in essential proteins and oils and are perfect for a range of garden bird species. It is important to use a specified peanut feeder with whole nuts as small birds can chock on large pieces, but we also offer Premium Kibbled Peanuts for smaller birds and fledglings.
Our feeders are designed and tested by our own team of ornithologists, which helps to make sure our feeders meet the needs of the birds, as well as the needs of our customers. This item will be beautifully packaged in National Trust branded packaging, as part of our collaboration for The Love of Nature, making it a lovely gift to give or receive as well as supporting our feathered friends. Please note: Feeder heights shown include fully extended handle.
Every purchase from the National Trust Garden Wildlife Range contributes to the National Trust’s conservation projects that directly benefit wildlife. Customers are therefore supporting both local wildlife and the work carried out by the National Trust to care for historic places, countryside and coastline, and the wildlife that lives there.