Coco Fat Feeder
Blackbird, Song Thrush, Robin, Wren, Dunnock, Great Tit, Blue Tit, Coal Tit, Long-Tailed Tit, Greenfinch, Chaffinch, Siskin, Starling, House Sparrow, Great Spotted Woodpecker
Great value and enjoyable way to feed seed-rich, high-energy suet.
A half coconut shell filled with seed-rich suet is ready to hang in your garden. Unwrap it, hang it, and prepare for bird visitors from blue tits and finches to starlings and Long-tailed Tits - or even a swashbuckling Great Spotted Woodpecker.
(May vary in size)
Neat feeders. Very popular with a wide species of birds. Squirrels too!
Will buy again.
Thank you for the review of the Coco Fat Feeder, we are happy to hear that they are so popular with birds and squirrels alike.
The birds don’t like the coco fat feeders from my last order- they loved the ones ordered earlier in the year - also having bought the square fat feeders they don’t like them either. I think I’m feeding pigeons if they can reach them which is not the idea! Must remember not to order this time of the year and get larger quantities earlier on. Looking at the catalogue I think they look like the Robin feast far feeders.
Hello, we're sorry to read that the coco feeders didn't work in your garden this time. The species of birds (as you will already know) do fluctuate throughout the year and changes in temperature do affect the demand on suet and it sounds like your birds are probably looking for seed diets at this time of the year. They do keep us guessing don't they?!
"The Birds love them, but unfortunately the Squirrels bite through the string and then take them away and no doubt consume the lot. I have found the only way to stop the Squirrel(so far!) is to hang the cocunut feasts on a very long piece of wire threaded through the hole where the string is and watch how frustrated the Squirrels get! I have passed this idea onto my friends and they have found it works."
"These feeders are incredibly popular in our garden. The Long-tailed Tits, Coal Tits and Blue Tits love them, and we are always amused by the lengths the Blackbirds, Starlings and Great Spotted Woodpecker will go to, to try to get a bite."
"Baby starlings can eat a coconut feeder in one morning, my little birds sit looking longingly at this feast. I have now hidden one in a tree , the little birds have found it and the greedy big birds can't get at it."