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Flutter Butter Feeders
Flutter Butter Feeders
Flutter Butter Feeders
Flutter Butter Feeders
  • Flutter Butter Feeders
  • Flutter Butter Feeders
  • Flutter Butter Feeders
  • Flutter Butter Feeders

Flutter Butter Feeders

Standard or Deluxe Models. Suitable for Jars and Pods
Only: £10.95Robin
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Birds love peanut butter! But the peanut butter we put on our toast is bad for birds – ordinary peanut butter has too much salt. Flutter Butter is rich and nutritious as well as being naturally low in salt to give birds a delicious protein boost all year round and a really great food option when the weather turns cold.

Simply twist a jar or pod into the Flutter Butter Feeder to create an instant feeding point. Just switch  when empty - with no messy hands!

The deluxe feeder can either be hung from its chain or attached to a wall or fence using the ingenious hinged bracket that turns the feeder upwards for instant refilling.

(PLEASE NOTE: The standard model can ONLY be hung as it does not have the hinged bracket.)

The Flutter Butter Feeder is a lovely focal point for any garden. Birds can feed head-on or sideways on the removable Perch Ring which is supplied with the feeder. Tough, practical styling in weather-proof polycarbonate helps protect the jar’s contents from rain. 


These feeders can be used with BOTH Flutter Butter Jars and Flutter Butter Pods

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Customer Reviews

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Barbara
Date of Review:
25/08/2019
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Great Flutter Butter Feeder. Fixed to fence. Starlings, Crows and Magpies all take turns! Fast Dispatch and Delivery. Perfect. Highly Recommend Really Wild Birdfood.
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Lynne
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19/05/2019
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Jennifer
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08/05/2019
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The birds are very happy and the Fox/squirrel have, so far, not been able to get at the feeder!
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Robin
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