Tui Wild Bird Seed Bell

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Tui's Wild Bird Seed Bell will give birds days of entertainment and nutrition as they use their natural pecking instincts to pull apart the bell.

The bell is a mixture of Wild Bird Seed Mix plus gelatine and honey powder to form a bell that birds love to peck at and eat.

Benefits

  • Appeals to birds' natural pecking instincts
  • Alternative to a feeder to provide variety for birds

Directions for use

  • Hang your Tui Wild Bird Seed Bell in a flowering tree. 
  • Place in a position that is both visible to you and in a quiet, naturally sheltered location away from windows that birds may fly into.

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