My Living World Window Mounted Bird Feeder

Watch garden birds close-up with this great design and durable window feeder. The large portal with two-way mirror allows you to observe birds without disturbing them, the feeder is made from quality components which are easy to install, refill and clean. A garden bird guide and full instructions are included in the kit. Contents: bird

Watch garden birds close-up with this great design and durable . The portal with two-way allows you to observe birds without disturbing them, the is made from quality components which are easy to install, refill and clean.
A garden bird guide and full instructions are included in the kit.

Contents: bird feeder with one-way mirror (requires some assembly), 2 x sucker for window mounting, 2 x boss for mounting to or fence (screws not supplied) and full colour instruction booklet. (bird food not included)

Product Features

  • Watch garden birds close-up with this beautifully designed, durable window feeder.
  • The large portal with two-way mirror allows you to observe birds without disturbing them.
  • Made from quality components and easy to install, refill and clean. Full instructions and a garden bird guide are also included in the kit.
  • Full instructions and a garden bird guide are also included in the kit.
  • Please note: Bird food not included.
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Anonymous says:

Good design & good quality My Living World Window Mounted Bird FeederThis is a good quality, well-designed window bird feeder that is aimed at children but is also perfect for adult use. Overall it is definitely a good product, though there are some niggles.==== THINGS I LIKE ABOUT THIS PRODUCT ===* Good quality components that fit together well* Bright, attractive design that looks really good* Comes with the endorsement of naturalist Nick Baker (or at least his name and…

Anonymous says:

Cute round porthole-style window bird feeder aimed at children but suitable for all ages This is a really nice little feeder for small garden birds with the useful and potentially educational option of being able to suction it to an outside window so that you can see the birds face-on from indoors. Down-sides to that approach are that you would be effectively encouraging birds to fly at your windows, which some birds are more adept at than others. The other down-side is that it would potentially introduce bird-droppings to your windowsill or immediate ground area, so locate this…

Anonymous says:

A good, well-made window-mounted feeder with optional wall/fence attachment What a nice thing this is! This set assembles to make a well-made, neatly compact feeder for small birds. It’s constructed from robust plastic and although sold as a window-mounted feeder (and having a one-way plastic mirror built into the back, for up-close, through-glass viewing of feathered friends), it’s also supplied with optional mounts for fixing this to a wall or fence – though for this option, you will need a suitable pair of screws in addition to the supplied contents.The…

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