Hexagonal Pavilion Plastic Lighthouse Bird Feeder
- Material: PP + PS
- Hexagonal design to serve in 6 directions
- Porus food outlet for automatic feeding
- Hang it on the lawn tree, balcony, or any open space
- Twist lock cover for easy filling and cleaning
- Bottom drainage hole; no soggy food
- Play your part for the environment
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Global warming, pollution, and heat waves have made this planet a hard place to live in, not only for humans but other living beings too.
Bees get distracted on the way back due to our mobile signals while rising hot and cold weather makes it difficult for birds to find food and protection.
However, the survival of all beings is necessary to maintain a healthy ecosystem. So, what can you do about it? Play your part to make this planet a better place for you and everybody else!
Let's start right from your house by hanging a plastic lighthouse bird feeder in your balcony, lawn or any open space where it can attract the traveling birds.
Not only will it feed the poor birds, but it can also beautify the outer look of your house.
What you'll get:
Serves in 6 directions: It has a hexagonal design that ensures several birds can comfortably eat the grain at once. The bottom of the birdhouse has six card slots for automatic bird feeding.
Convenient: It has a twist-lock cover which makes it easy for you to change the food in the birdhouse.
No soggy food: The house roof is like an inverted card slot that keeps the water away from reaching the food so that there is no wet or moist grain. It also has a bottom drainage hole that expels any additional water.
Durable: The body is made of plastic, while the hanging wire is made of high-quality Steel that makes the lighthouse bird feeder suitable for extended use.
Easy hanging: Attach the lighthouse bird feeder 1 meter high on a tree, balcony, terrace, lawn, etc., so that birds can reach it easily.
*Avoid filling the entire house as the food may spoil. Instead, add grain quantity that can be finished quickly depending on the birds visiting the lighthouse.