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Rowlinson FSC Windrush Bird Table
Encourage birds to frequent your garden with the Rowlinson FSC Windrush Bird Table. This traditional inspired bird table is free standing and sure to be very popular with your feather friends.
- Premium quality bird table
- Two sided wooden apex roof
- Slate roof
- Pre assembled table top
- All fittings included
- A beautiful way to encourage birds into your garden
This beautiful free-standing traditional birdfeeder is simple but effective way to encourage birds to feed in your garden, and will encourage your feathered friends to frequent and nest in your garden – filling it with song and beautiful birds.
The slate roof not only makes this birdhouse stand out, but it also provides additional protection for your birds.
The angled roof gives some protection to feeding birds from rain, snow and hunting sparrow hawks. Some birds may even roost at night on the table with a roof. It also provides a dry place for seed hoppers and nut containers or why not hang a nut feeder or suet ball from a hook or nail (not supplied) on the side of the table – this would make a perfect feeding perch for them!
The wood used in the construction of this product has been sourced from forests that have been declared to be sustainable by the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). This certification helps to promote the responsible use of our natural resources and is the hallmark of responsible forest management.
Please Note: This product will require self-assembly.
- External: W36 x D36 x H158.5cm
- Footprint: W59 x D59
With disappearing habitats and climatic changes the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB) and the British Trust for Ornithology (BTO) both recommend the year-round feeding of garden birds to maintain a healthy and viable flock of native species. Feeding requirements are greater in late autumn and winter when natural resources are in shorter supply and high energy levels are also needed during spring when birds are busy breeding and raising young. Once you have established a feeding regime - don’t disappoint them, they will depend on you!