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Treat Feathered Friends to a Snack with Designer Garden Feeders

Treat Feathered Friends to a Snack with Designer Garden Feeders

Relaxing in the garden is made even more enjoyable and colourful by welcoming local bird life into the space. Feathered friends in the garden are a lovely reminder of the natural workings of animal life. Here at Homecolours we love to see smart designs that make feeding local birds easier and more attractive.

The internationally celebrated label Eva Solo have a whole host of ideas for smart ways to deliver bird food to garden birds.

The following designs all offer excellent ways to help birds out with a bite. By applying the most reliable materials and finishes, the products are bound to become favourites for both humans and birds!

Smaller birds such as sparrows, robins and blue tits are sure to engage with the above Eva Solo Bird Feeder Tube.

Created from frosted glass and silicone, the tube is simple to prepare and hang from a tree branch. Also easy to refill and secure, the tube is capable of holding up to 650ml of bird food. The birds can peck at the opening and discover the seeds and grain.

The feeder tube is also available in white ceramic. The above Eva Solo Wall-Mounted Bird Feeder is another great way to feed birdlife in the garden.

Ideal for fixing to walls, trees and fences, the tube can be positioned with nail, hook or screw. A lovely way to see local wildlife in action, the piece is easy to refill by using the large hole at the back.

Birds can be admired closely with the above Window Bird Feeder by Eva Solo. Securely held in place with double sided tape, the design of the feeder allows bird to perch and feed, The frost proof glass offers people the chance to see the birds dining in style!

Easy to clean and look after, the feeder is capable of holding up to 90ml of birdfeed. Nuts, berries and seeds could all be provided in style for peckish birds.

Another fantastic way to attract a variety of birds to the garden is offered by the Eva Solo Mini Bird Feeders. Arriving as a pair, these two mouth-blown glass feeders provide a clear and minimal way to feed garden birds.

The glass food holders are easy to hang from tree branches and are sure to be popular with local bird life. Arriving with a steel chain for hanging and carefully positioning, the feeders offer a lovely way to catch sight of wild birds.

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