bird feeder


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bird feeder

also bird·feed·er (bûrd′fē′dər)
n.
An outdoor container for bird feed, used to attract wild birds.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.bird feeder - an outdoor device that supplies food for wild birdsbird feeder - an outdoor device that supplies food for wild birds
device - an instrumentality invented for a particular purpose; "the device is small enough to wear on your wrist"; "a device intended to conserve water"
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Following the huge success of 2014's Royal British Legion poppy display at the Tower of London, Gardman Wild Bird Care has produced the Royal British Legion Poppy Bird Feeder to raise PS200,000 for the charity.
The official Royal British Legion Poppy Bird Feeder by Gardman is a great way to show your support ahead of Remembrance Sunday.
com)-- An innovative new product designed to effectively address a common problem related to the feeding of wild birds, the Wild Bird Feeder for Backyard, has been developed by inventor Lloyd Blake of Toledo, Ohio.
M2 EQUITYBITES-April 20, 2016-US Bird Feeder Maker Classic Brands Acquires Hiatt Mfg
A Waitrose Garden window-mounted bird feeder is a lovely gift.
Just make sure the birdseed or food you choose is compatible with both the bird feeder and the birds you hope to attract.
Only the tube portion of the guard is charged, so the pole and bird feeder are safe to touch for humans and birds alike.
Use the clues to match the names with their creations: a bird feeder from a pop bottle, a papier-mache mask from newspaper, kazoos from a paper towel tube, and finger puppets from marker caps.
CUTLINE: From left, Alexis Edwards, Kate Crowley, and Jocelyn Hackathorn fill a bird feeder.
Between 11am and 3pm there will be a flock of activities on offer, including bird box and bird feeder making, bird ringing demonstrations and bird spotting with the experts.
Those who go along can learn how to make a bird feeder to put up in their garden, and they can collect a sheet to carry out their own bird watch in the park or in their garden.