Walter Harrison's Window Feeder

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Weight: 150.0 g

Walter Harrison’s Window Feeder is a high quality, yet lightweight feeder designed to be positioned against your window and filled with your favourite bird seed or seed mix.

Made out of high quality materials that are weather resistant and easy to clean, the feeder features two suction cups on the back that will ensure a strong and durable attachment to any window.

Dimensions: 14 x 13 x 11cm (5.5 x 5.1 x 4.3”)

Customer Reviews

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Caroline (Preston, GB)
Lovely feeder, great price.

Such an easy feeder to fix to the window, and to keep clean.
I fill it with sunflower hearts and Blue tits and other small garden birds are frequent visitors to the feeder.

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Lynette Warner (Coventry, GB)
Bird feeder

Unfortunately, we haven't had any visitors! We fancied attracting the birds to an additional window but they haven't found it.

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HJS (Lewes, GB)
Ending the smallest birds

Compact, easily washable and clings to window glass well. The blue tits take turns in coming for their sunflower hearts

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Anne T (London, GB)
Works well, birds haven't discovered it yet

This sticks well to the window and has protected the contents from a torrential rainstorm so it seems fit for purpose. It's been up for less than a week and hasn't had any visitors yet so I can't report on how well the birds can feed from it.

Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews
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Caroline (Preston, GB)
Lovely feeder, great price.

Such an easy feeder to fix to the window, and to keep clean.
I fill it with sunflower hearts and Blue tits and other small garden birds are frequent visitors to the feeder.

L
Lynette Warner (Coventry, GB)
Bird feeder

Unfortunately, we haven't had any visitors! We fancied attracting the birds to an additional window but they haven't found it.

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HJS (Lewes, GB)
Ending the smallest birds

Compact, easily washable and clings to window glass well. The blue tits take turns in coming for their sunflower hearts

A
Anne T (London, GB)
Works well, birds haven't discovered it yet

This sticks well to the window and has protected the contents from a torrential rainstorm so it seems fit for purpose. It's been up for less than a week and hasn't had any visitors yet so I can't report on how well the birds can feed from it.