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Nature Gear Window Bird Feeder $40.53 + Delivery (Free with Prime) @ Amazon US via AU

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I was looking for a bird feeder for my balcony and came across these types that stick on windows. Never knew they existed before.

There are various designs available, but I like this one as it comes with a cut out viewing window, and has a removable tray. And come on, it's shaped like a freakin little house, can't resist that.

Now, I know there are some on eBay that look remarkably similar and priced a lot lower, but it's much harder to determine the quality as there aren't any reviews. I'm a bit more confident that this one will work as intended, supporting the weight of bird seeds and birds, due to the 1000+ Amazon reviews. Even a bloody squirrel fits!

I bought some Frankie and Friends wild bird seed to go along with this.

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  • +1 vote

    Hi OP, do you have any bird seed deals?

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      I'm not even sure what bird seed to buy tbh. I just bought the one that said "wild bird" on it, and will hope for the best. I left a small pile out on the ground (haven't received the bird feeder yet) but no luck so far.

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        I am trying to buy the bulk bird seeds for cockatiel..I have tried the wild birdseeds for them, they prefer smaller seeds.

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    Would the birds get stuck inside ie they can't see glass so???

  • +2 votes

    Nice looking feeder!

    But i find that wild birds come just to drink water (and bathe) if you provide them an appropriate size dish (not too deep for smaller birds) and keep it topped up with fresh water. Wash out once a week. Keep at appropriate height off the ground if you have a garden and cat, and away from bushes because they're a bit cautious.

    • +1 vote

      I actually recently bought a bird bath from Bunnings, but no birds have used it yet and it's been over 2 weeks now. Bit disappointed really. Might be because I live in a second floor apartment. Anyway, that's why I thought I'd try bird seed instead to try and attract them.

      But thanks for the advise, appreciate it!

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        Ohhh that is disappointing. I used to live in a unit and had no probs with a bird bath. They could see it from the trees nearby.
        Check that the water isn't so deep that they can't stand in it, otherwise put some rocks / pebbles in it to make it not so deep. Have fun!

    • +2 votes

      Water containers should ideally be washed and refilled daily, esp if you're attracting parrots.

      Can't find the story unfortunately (google ain't what it used to be by a long chalk) but there was a report on ABC radio a couple of months back about an increase in a particular disease in parrots. This can be spread via water contaminated by disease-carrying birds so the report asked people with bird baths and water containers to keep containers clean and replace water daily. From memory the disease affected beaks and feet.

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    I'd be worried about sulphur cresteds seeing it as a challenge…

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    US$13 on Ali https://www.aliexpress.com/item/4000405912448.html?spm=a2g0o...

    obviously Ali is not an option if you're looking for Xmas gifts.

  • +1 vote

    This isn't a bargain.

    Cool bird feeder tho.

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    Silly question but if a squirrel can get in would mice/ rats easily access it

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    how can it be refilled from inside your home if its stuck to the outside of the glass?

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    too expensive

  • +1 vote

    is this going to increase window strike deaths? is there anything in the reviews?

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