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My Living World Window Mounted Bird Feeder
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- Watch garden birds close-up with this beautifully designed, durable window feeder.
- The large portal with two-way mirror allows you to observe birds without disturbing them.
- Made from quality components and easy to install, refill and clean. Full instructions and a garden bird guide are also included in the kit.
- Full instructions and a garden bird guide are also included in the kit.
- Please note: Bird food not included.
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Watch garden birds close-up with this beautifully designed, durable window feeder. The large portal with two-way mirror allows you to observe birds without disturbing them. The feeder is made from quality components and easy to install, refill and clean. Full instructions and a garden bird guide are also included in the kit. PLEASE note: bird food not included.
For ages 5 years +. Foruse under adult supervision. Read the instructions before use. Follow them and keep them for reference. Not suitable for children under 36 months due to small parts that could represent a choking hazard. None of the accessories in this kit should be allowed to come into contact with foodstuffs. Wash hands after using this kit or the activities contained in this booklet. Use only on windows safely accessible from outside the property - normally only on ground floor windows.See all Product description
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This is a good quality, well-designed window bird feeder that is aimed at children but is also perfect for adult use. Overall it is definitely a good product, though there are some niggles.
==== THINGS I LIKE ABOUT THIS PRODUCT ===
* Good quality components that fit together well
* Bright, attractive design that looks really good
* Comes with the endorsement of naturalist Nick Baker (or at least his name and picture are on the box and the enclosed guide)
* Clear, helpful instructions on assembling the bird feeder, choosing a location for the bird feeder, mounting it (whether on a window or elsewhere), type of food, how to get birds to use the feeder and how to maintain it
* Useful guide to commonly seen garden birds that starts with a double page spread to make a quick identification of 14 species followed by more details about the individual birds
=== NIGGLES ===
* This bird feeder will work on certain types of windows better than others. We have mostly tilt and turn windows which are not suitable, because a bird feeder has to be a constant presence and that’s incompatible with a window that’s tilted inwards to open it. Be sure you have a suitable window before buying one of these window-mounted bird feeders - or fix it somewhere else.
* There’s a picture of naturalist Nick Baker on the front of the box, but Baker doesn’t appear anywhere else in the kit so it just looks like a paid endorsement with superficial involvement.
* The “mirror” isn’t completely reflective - I can see through it a bit, though I don’t know how different birds’ eyesight is.
* The box says everything is included apart from food, but you’ll also need screws if you’re going to be attaching the bird feeder to a wall or fence.
For sale at the time of writing this review at £12.99 (RRP £14.99).
It is pitched as an educational item aimed at a younger audience (it’s even located in the ‘Toys and Games’ section of Amazon), but to be fair it could be just as easily marketed to all ages as appreciation of nature is pretty universal and should be encouraged. There are other window feeders available, some for less money than this, but it does include a little garden bird guide and has the fairly cute round porthole design, so you might feel that it’s worth paying that bit more for this over one of the more plain perspex designs.
The feeder is supplied in parts, but assembly is a quick matter and the instructions are clear and easy to follow. The suction cups are effective on glass. You do need to avoid the metal struts on leaded windows, though! We had a slight problem with our feeder where we first installed it and ended up moving windows, because a pair of wood pigeons who have nested in our hedge kept trying to use this instead of their regular feeders as it was in the section of the garden they seem to have determined to be 'theirs'. The suction cups are effective, but this feeder was designed for small bird feeding, not as a perch for pigeons. Gravity vs pigeon won. Repositioned, so that this is not in the line of sight of the pigeons' nest, this has so far been attracting robins, blue tits, coal tits, and sparrows - as well as an opportunistic squirrel, who snaffles anything that falls out.
The only minor criticisms I have to offer are that it is perhaps a shame that this feeder is marketed as a toy when it has such clear cross-generational appeal, and that there is more packaging than necessary. The outer box is about a third larger than it needed to be, and inside the box, the parts are wrapped in plastic. Is there a reason not to use paper bags, if bagging components up is necessary when they all go inside a solid box?