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Bill Oddie's Premium Metal Peanut Bird Feeder

Peanut Feeders

Peanuts remain one of the cleanest and easiest ways to attract and feed birds in your garden. And if you’re feeding peanuts you should feed them from a good quality peanut feeder, to stop birds taking large chunks of peanut which could be potentially harmful.

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Squirrel-Resistant Caged Peanut FeederNew for 2017
Squirrel-Resistant Caged Peanut Feeder
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Ring-Pull PRO Zinc Peanut FeederNew for 2017
Ring-Pull PRO Zinc Peanut Feeder
Squirrel Buster® Peanut Feeder - 100% Squirrel Proof.
Squirrel Buster® Peanut Feeder - 100% Squirrel Proof.
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The Acorn Peanut FeederHelp to Fly
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The Acorn Peanut Feeder
All Seasons Peanut Feeder
All Seasons Peanut Feeder
Total Bird Feeder for WindowsNew for 2017
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Total Bird Feeder for Windows
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Bill Oddie's Premium Metal Peanut Bird FeederBill Oddie Feeders
Bill Oddie's Premium Metal Peanut Bird Feeder
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Peanut Baskets
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Peanut Baskets
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Bill Oddie's Premium Plastic Peanut FeederBill Oddie Feeders
Bill Oddie's Premium Plastic Peanut Feeder

To attract the widest possible variety (not just the occasional Blue Tit) of birds to bird feeders, it's important to offer several different feeders and foods in your garden. Basically, these can be split into four types: peanut feeders, seed feeders, Niger seed feeders and softfood/live food feeders. So one each of these bird feeders plus, a cage for suet blocks should ensure you maximise the number of different species of wild bird you can attract to your garden.