Eco Bird Feeder


Product Code: 708-SN45612

Constructed from recycled plastic, perfect for attracting small birds such as tits and nuthatches.

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Attracts Small Birds

Ideal for attracting and feeding small bird species such as tits, nuthatches, and bullfinches. This helps children identify British birds and understand their habits.

See-Through Design

The see-through hopper allows easy monitoring of food levels, ensuring that the feeder is always stocked. Suitable for seeds and kibbled nuts.

Easy to Hang

Light and simple to hang from the integral loop, making it convenient for teachers to set up and maintain.

Eco-Friendly Material

Constructed from recycled, second life plastic, making it an eco-friendly choice that supports sustainability initiatives.

Supports Science

Helps children identify and name a variety of common birds, aligning with the Science topic on animals, including humans.

Eco Bird Feeder

Constructed from recycled plastic, perfect for attracting small birds such as tits and nuthatches.


  • Encouraging wildlife in the school garden fosters observational skills and a connection with nature. Bird feeders offer an engaging method to achieve this while promoting eco-friendly practices. Made from recycled plastic, the feeder integrates seamlessly into the environment and is designed to attract small birds like tits and nuthatches.

  • With a see-through hopper, food levels are easily monitored, ensuring seeds and kibbled nuts can be promptly refilled via the accessible roof. This helps children observe different bird species, their feeding habits, and behaviours. Data activities like recording the time of day and the season can introduce basic scientific methods.

  • Bird feeders support curriculum learning by letting pupils explore seasonal changes. Teachers can guide children in examining why certain birds visit at different times of the year and how bird feeders assist birds during tougher seasons like winter, reinforcing lessons about ecology and biodiversity.

Supports the National Curriculum

Science, Year 1, Animals, including Humans

Identify and name a variety of common animals including fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals.

Science, Year 2, Living Things & their Habitats

Identify that most living things live in habitats to which they are suited and describe how habitats provide for the basic needs of different of animals and plants, and how they depend on each other.

Science, Year 2, Living Things & their Habitats

Identify and name a variety of plants and animals in their habitats, including microhabitats.

Technical Summary



  • Recycled Plastic

Size and measurements


  • 200 mm

  • Width

  • 200 mm

  • Depth

  • 200 mm

  • Weight

  • 170 g

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