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National Trust Bird Feeders

National Trust Bird Feeders

Need a new bird feeder for your garden? Here at Really Wild Bird Food, we are proud to stock a selection of feeders from the National Trust.

National Trust bird feeders come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes – we’ve got ground feeders, hanging feeders and window feeders, as well as products that are specifically designed to hold peanuts, fat balls and drinking water.

Don’t forget to pick up some seeds for your new feeder! We offer FREE DELIVERY on all orders that include at least one seed mix.

About Really Wild Bird Food

Really Wild Bird Food is a British supplier of tasty and nutritious bird seed. Much of what we sell is grown right here on our farm in Hampshire, so we can vouch for the outstanding quality of our feeds!

The Really Wild Bird Food Company is owned by husband-and-wife team Richard and Lesley Smith. Richard is our farm manager, responsible for overseeing every step of the production process and making sure that all feeds meet our exacting standards. Meanwhile, our resident vet Lesley looks after the day-to-day running of the business and uses her veterinary expertise to keep our customers and their birds happy!

Alongside our superb range of seed mixes, we offer an extensive selection of bird feeders to help you attract lots and lots of wild birds to your garden. If you’re not sure what type of feeder to use – or what sort of food to put in it – please don’t hesitate to contact the Really Wild Bird Food team for advice!

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National Trust Bird Feeder FAQs

  • What is the National Trust?
  • The National Trust is Europe’s largest conservation charity. Founded in 1895, the Trust has been preserving the UK’s most beautiful and historically significant places for well over a century.

    For more information about the National Trust, visit their website: www.nationaltrust.org.uk

  • What should I put in my National Trust bird feeder?

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