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Ground Feeder Guardians
Ground Feeder Guardians

Ground Feeder Guardians

These mesh guardians protect your ground feeder from pests and predators!
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These Ground Feeder Guardians act as a barrier to larger birds, small mammals and hungry pets raiding your ground feeders. Easy to assemble, they have a hinged lid in the top for feeder access and are made from  powder-coated steel. Available in two mesh sizes:

Size 1 - Narrow Mesh -measuring 35mm x 70mm, also keeps out most squirrels and mature starlings, however it may not exclude all juvenile starlings.

Size 2 - Wide Mesh -measuring approximately 60mm x 70mm, keeps out larger birds such as wood pigeons, collared doves, rooks, jackdaws and magpies. Will allow blackbirds and thrushes in.

These guardians measure approx 22" (56cm)L x 15" (38cm) H x (42cm) 16.5" W(top)

Ground Feeding Tray not included.

Warning: We recently had a customer whose lawn around the guardian had been destroyed by badgers, who were trying to gain access to the bird food within. If you do have badgers in your garden, and you value your lawn - it may be prudent to put out an alternative food source for them. This will help to prevent 'cage rage'.

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Customer Reviews

Name:
Sian Wright
Date of Review:
04/04/2018
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I bought this together with the Green Woodlook Ground Feeding Tray and am delighted with the wonderful quality and service received from Really Wild Birdfood, but even more delighted with the speed with which the birds visited the feeder. I had a wood feeder before this, which rotted away and was also unprotected, and very sadly, a robin fell victim to a cat while on the feeder. My new set up arrived at 13:00 today and by 13:20, they were installed in the garden and a robin flew into the feeder while I was walking away. I have just counted 11 birds (dunnocks, chaffinches and the robin) feasting on mealworms and sunflower seeds in a safe environment. Both I and 'my' birds are exceptionally happy, thank you :)
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