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  • Each suet block is designed to provide high levels of nutrition and energy to a large number of garden bird species.
  • Wild Bird Fat Feasts with insects are suitable for all year round feeding
  • Contains oils, fats, cereals, minerals, seeds and insects
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Fat Feasts with Insects

Regular price £9.99
Regular price £13.95 Sale price £9.99
Size

Ideal for

Blackbird, Song Thrush, Robin, Wren, Dunnock, Great Tit, Blue Tit, Coal Tit, Long-Tailed Tit, Greenfinch, Chaffinch, Siskin, Starling, House Sparrow, Great Spotted Woodpecker

 Suet Feast Feeder Bird Table

Wild Bird Fat Feasts with insects are suitable for all year round.

Each suet block is designed to provide high levels of nutrition and energy to a large number of garden bird species. Feasts can be placed on a bird table whole, or broken up into pieces, or a suitable hanger to be placed around your garden. Place in a suitable area to be able to observe a wide variety of wild birds feeding safely.

Composition: Oils & Fats, cereals, minerals, seeds and insects.

Store in a cool dry place out of direct sunlight. Please keep wrappers away from children and pets.

Each suet weighs approx. 280g

Customer Reviews

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Bill Lancashire
Let them eat cake

Fat feasts with insects ... a gourmet treat for all kinds of birds. Irresistible.

Hello Bill, thank you for taking the time to write us a review.

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Jane Gorman
Birds queue up.

Local birds queue up to feed from the insect fat feast blocks; more than any other types. Perhaps because of the decrease in national insect populations.

That is an interesting thought. Thank you for taking the time to write us a review

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Dorothy Stokes
Not good in direct sun

Not very wise to be put in direct sun, as they melt and fast feasts end up onto patio

Thank you for taking the time to review our fat Feasts. We advise keeping suet products out of area's of extreme heat during the summer months to avoid them melting.

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Barry Evans
Fat Feasts With Insects

I have been buying these for sometime now and they have proved to be very popular with not only the smaller birds but especially with woodpeckers who visit regularly. I have to watch out for the large mature Magpies however to ensure they do not completely devour them because despite the fact they go in a squirrel resistant feeder their long beaks enable them to reach the feast.

Hello, we are pleased that the Fat feasts with insects are going down well in your garden. thank you taking the time to write us a review.

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John Spencer
Great Attraction

"Starlings dominate the fat feast but also saw a Jay show interest, perhaps attracted by the the insects?Would give 5* if the packaging was recyclable."