Enjoying the garden or an outdoor space is made even more colourful when there are plenty of wild birds flying around. Attracting avians to an outdoor space is made easier when the birds know they can find food and snacks. A well deployed bird feeder conveniently situated will offer up all the treats birds love.
Eva Solo have designed a brilliant collection of modern ways to bring feathered friends into the garden.
Here at Homecolours we love these fantastically creative bird feeders. Check out the following for a great way to bring the birds flying close by.
The striking and elegant Eva Solo Bird Feeder provides a valuable way to feed wild birds in the garden. Easy to secure to tree branches and structures thanks to the hanging string. The string can be attached at various lengths so it is perfectly versatile for various areas.
Great for hanging individually or in sets of more than one, the clear mouth-blown glass feeder is ideal for filling with seeds, fruit and grain.
When it comes to feeding the birds, Eva Solo really have thought of everything!
The above Suet Bird Feeder has a large solid porcelain top to stop larger birds eating all of the suet ball. Smaller birds with smaller beaks can fly up to the stainless steel grills and access the feed.
Once the ball needs replacing it is easily done by removing the cover. Easy to clean and take care of, this is a neat modern way to keep the birds coming back for more.
Another way to provide a great feed for the birds is served up with these Eva Solo Suet Bird Feeders Set of 2.
Style and function are put stylishly together in these stainless steel and plastic food holders. Ideal for securing suet and seed balls within and then attaching to a branch, the feeders are sure to bring birds out for a snack.
The feeders arrive with a built in loop so setting up is perfectly easy and secure.
A tempting offer of food for birds is made with the Wall-Mounted Bird Feeder by Eva Solo. The white tube could be fixed onto a tree, wall or fence to secure for the visiting winged creatures.
Simple to refill by using the large hole at the back of the tube, the feeder is another reliable way to provide for bides.
Easy to clean with a damp cloth, the ceramic and rubber bird feeder is a designer treat for both birds and appreciators of local wildlife.