Wildlife World releases new bird feeder

Gloucestershire-based firm Wildlife World has launched a new product named Sunset Seat Feeder to add to its growing collection of bird feeders.

Sunset Seat Feeder - image: Wildllife World
Sunset Seat Feeder - image: Wildllife World

The newly-designed feeder is an adaptation of the wildlife product company’s popular Swing Seat Feeder, which has also recently been re-launched due to popular demand.

Like the Swing Seat Feeder, the Sunset Seat Feeder takes the shape of a swinging garden chair only, as its name suggests, the "back" of the chair on the Sunset Seat Feeder has been designed to look like the sun’s rays.

Both designs feature a wooden feeder with ropes that enables the feeder to hang from trees or other high garden objects – and which deters large birds that often push out the smaller garden birds.

Unlike many other bird feeders, the Sunset Seat and Swing Seat feeders also have an open structure to give gardeners the pleasure of watching the small birds perch on the seats whilst they feed.

The versatility of the feeders also allows any form of food type to be placed on the plastic feeding tray including seeds, nuts, moistened bread, or other suitable foods from the garden or kitchen.

The plastic feeding tray is removable allowing users to easily wipe down and throw out old food debris and replace with fresh food on a daily basis to maintain good bird hygiene.

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