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New free to enter competition for June

Posted by British Bird Food 09/06/2011 0 Comment(s)
Our latest competition is under way for June, a simple multi-choice question (and you can find the answer in our bird guide) will qualify you for entry into this months competition toObserver window feeder at British Bird Food win a Observer Window feeder - wild bird feeder. We love our competitions here at British Bird Food. We give away a feeder every month now and this encourages people to get into bird watching in their own back yard. The beauty about the Observer Window feeder is that you don't even need a back yard, you can watch the birds feeding literally at your fingertips. The feeder has three suckers which form a strong seal on your window ,you can detach the feeder without dislodging the suckers, it is designed to lift off the suckers for cleaning and refilling. An ideal mix is our Robin and Tit mix, quite literally, as I sit here writing this blog article, a Blue Tit has visited our window feeder twice. If you keep very still the birds will stay a while and you can see them eating the food you leave out for them. Another great way to watch birds up close to your window is the High Strength Window Hook. It is like a feeding station hook that sticks to your window (as with the Observer Window feeder). The window hook has a high strength polycarbonate hook which means you can suspend standard feeders from it. All these products are designed to allow greater access to your garden wild birds from the comfort of your room. They are a great present for people who do not get about so well.

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