Gardman Premium Feeding Station Kit for Wild Birds Reviews
Description:Type: Bird House / Feeders / Attract a wide variety of wild birds to your garden with this high quality premium feeding station from Gardman. Overall height 226cm, height above ground 185cm, width 58cm.
Newest Review: ... have it near some Budlea bushes and along a bamboo fence border. *This feeding station suits us fine. It is a medium ... more
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Customer Gardman Premium Feeding Station Kit for Wild Birds Reviews (3)
by - written on 24/09/13 (Very useful, 25 readings)
This review is for Gardman Premium Feeding Station a black metal pole with hooks to hang feeders on. Making it a versatile item to place in your garden whilst not taking up to much space. Requiring minimal assembly and access to an earthy place to push it firmly in the ground. I am not a connoisseur when it comes to feeding the birds or their wild bird items. However we do have a little site that is building into a fine restaurant for the birdies. The main focal piece is the black pole or feeding station which needs to be pushed down into the ground via a spike at the end of the main pole. The placement of the pole is key, we have it near some ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/05/09, updated on 16/10/09 (Very useful, 315 readings)
I bought this feeding station on the recommendation of cmh4135 - thank you cmh! My reason for buying was that I am a keen photographer, so wanted to attract birds to my garden for photographing them. My reason for buying this particular type was that we have a very small garden, so I didn't want the traditional table that takes up quite a lot of room. **What is it?** The central pole is tubular metal and, as you can see from the picture above, it has a range of arms and holders which slot on to the pole. These come with various amounts of fittings, but mine is exactly as in the picture, with two long arms, one shorter one, and holders for a water trough ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/04/09 (Very useful, 524 readings)
Attracting birds into the garden seems to be a favourite British pastime. I recall, as a child, throwing bread and cake crumbs for the birds and hanging bacon rind from branches. These days, though, bread and cake crumbs and certainly bacon rind, seem scarce in supply and a whole industry has been born around feeding the garden birds. After losing three trees to disease in our garden we noticed an appreciable drop in bird visitors to the garden. With a young child I decided that the time was ripe to get something to encourage the birds back into the garden. I looked at traditional bird tables but these seemed unnecessarily large and took up a lot of ground ... Read the complete review