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Supa Niger Seed 4 Port Feeder 8" with Tray

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A particular favourite of finches as well as other small, energetic birds, Niger seeds are packed with energy and nutritional goodness. The tray is easy to fit and comes with a base link (which allows you to hang another feeder below) and it doesn't need to be removed when you are cleaning the feeder. Use on their own or as a handy addition to your bird table or feeding station and your filled Niger bird feeder will not be left alone!

If you live in an area where squirrels tend to frequent, squirrel busting feeders may be a good choice. Choose from a range of sizes and feeders with different features - such as an included tray for birds to perch on, or pre-filled varieties. A Niger feeder can be added to any garden, large or small, to attract smaller birds and give them all the nutrition and energy they need. All distributable profits from the RSPB's wholly owned subsidiary RSPB Sales Limited (registered office: The Lodge, Sandy, Bedfordshire SG19 2DL, registered in England under company registration no. Has built in seed baffles in the diamond shaped mesh tubing which are designed to keep the Niger Seed evenly spread out through the feeder.

Dobies strives to ensure that all its plants are delivered to you in the perfect condition for planting. We reserve the right to contact you and advise an additional charge where necessary and are happy to quote for carriage of specific products to more remote areas.

Love Garden Birds specialises in a range of Niger seed feeder options that are ideal for your garden, and prevent the fine seed from spilling out.This isn’t advised, as although the very smallest pieces of sunflower chip might fit through the very small holes in a niger seed feeder, the majority won’t. Additionally, many niger seed feeders are designed with small feeding ports, for example our clinger niger seed feeder, that are perfectly suited for small birds like finches but are difficult for larger creatures like squirrels, doves or rats to access. Other spellings include nyjer, nijer and nyger® which is in fact a trademark of the Wild Bird Feeding Industry.

Yes - niger seed is tiny and very free flowing, and if used in a normal seed feeder it will just flow out of the holes. Cylindrical feeders tend to be the most popular, and are suitable for most types of bird seed, either straight or mixed. Most of the feeds we sell are home-grown on our farm in Hampshire, and we focus continuously on quality to ensure that you birds get only the very best. Take a look at our range of Niger seed feeders and encourage the local population of finches and other small birds to your garden. There is quite a lot of waste of niger seed because the feeding slots are probably slightly too wide so the feeder tray fills up with with dropped seed and husks fairly quickly.Niger seed is a specialist feed which only three species of bird are likely to be attracted by: Goldfinch, Siskin and, if you’re very fortunate, Redpoll. The pre-made holes in the base are simply to release the body from it, so to seperate the two parts just turn the body until the small plastic lugs line up with the holes and that will allow you to unlock the two sections. While the majority of our nursery plants cope well with slight delays in intransit, sadly, the time it takes to deliver to certain locations in the UK means that we can't guarantee this for some of our smaller plug products and tender bedding and vegetable lines, which do not respond well to the extra journey time. In addition, most species of bird which eat sunflower chips wouldn’t be able to fit their bill into the tiny hole in a niger seed feeder to get the sunflower chips out.

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