National Trust Apollo 2 Port Bird Seed Feeder
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The National Trust Apollo 2 Port Seed Feeder helps to make bird feeding even easier. The base, lid and ports can all be easily removed with the unique ‘Click & Go’ release system, which allows you to dismantle, clean, reassemble and fill your feeder without the use of any tools. The unique ventilation system in the lid of this feeder prevents condensation in the tube, which helps to keep food fresh for longer.
The feeder has two feeding ports, the ports are designed to ensure that birds have maximum access to the food on offer. The off-set spacing of the ports also provides each bird with a clear feeding area which results in more hygienic feeding. The feeder also features the simple but highly effective perching rings, these rings ensure birds can feed in their natural feeding position - facing forward. CJ Wildlife were the first company to create the perching ring for seed feeders as it was recognised that enabling birds to feed in their natural feeding position. Feeding in the position allows the birds to be able to look out for predators which increases their confidence, thus resulting in them being able to remain at the feeder for longer.
The feeder also has a screw thread in the base making it compatible with many of our feeder accessories (excluding guardians).
To attract a variety of birds to your garden we recommend filling with our Premium Whole Sunflower Hearts, look our for our new National Trust bag sizes available on our website. Our Sunflower Hearts have been chosen from bakery and confectionery grade stock, making them the plumpest, most complete hearts with all the husks removed, we guarantee they’ll be popular with a wide range of bird species.
The feeder will be beautifully packaged in National Trust branded packaging, as part of our collaboration for The Love of Nature, making it a lovely gift to give or receive as well as helping to support the natural world around us.