Wild Bird Feeders

25 products

    25 products
    Connecting to Nature Wild Bird feeder Seed dispenser
    Connecting to Nature Wild Bird feeder Seed dispenser
    Seed dispenser
    Connecting to Nature Wild Bird seed Silo Seed Feeder
    Connecting to Nature Wild Bird seed Silo Seed Feeder
    Silo Seed Feeder

    Enjoying Wild Bird Feeders in Ireland

    One of the best ways to enjoy the simplicity of watching birds in your back garden is to install one of our bird feeders. However, these aren’t your run-of-the-mill bird feeders. Instead, they have been designed to be easy to use, install, and, most important of all, attractive to birds.

    If you want to feed larger birds, our squirrel and large bird proof feeders are the best choices. You can also set up a wild bird feeding table for birds of all sizes to come feast and possibly lounge. The wooden bird feeder adds a rustic touch to your backyard while being able to feed dozens of birds a day.

    We continue to add new bird feeders, dispensers, and other products that make it easier to attract birds. However, it would help if you made sure to fill the feeder with quality bird seed, then hang it in a part of your garden that’s easily accessible.

    Before long, you will see a steady number of birds paying the feeder and inevitably you a visit. That said, it is your job to ensure that they (birds) have access to a reliable and long-term food source.

    Where to buy bird feeders?

    Connecting to nature is your one-stop-shop for all things wild birds in Ireland. Shop our range of wild bird seed feeders, including wild bird seed dispensers, durable wild bird seed feeders, fat ball dispensers, fat ball feeders, and wild bird seed silos.

    Need to buy bird feeders in bulk? Feel free to get in touch with us to find out more.

    How to attract birds to feeder?

    Fill your wild bird seed feeder with quality wild bird seed (wild birds do not like wheat), hang in your garden and wait until the wild birds become comfortable with their surroundings. Providing a reliable and regular food source will invite the garden birds to return to your garden regularly.

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