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Pekapeka Native Bird Feeder Power Pack

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Inspired by the beauty and vulnerability of our incredible feathered friends, the Peka Peka native bird feeder provides your local garden visitors with a safe way to feed away from the sharp claws and nasty teeth of predators.

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Product overview

Inspired by the beauty and vulnerability of our incredible feathered friends, the Peka Peka native bird feeder provides your local garden visitors with a safe way to feed away from the sharp claws and nasty teeth of predators.

The creators of this innovative feeder have over a decade’s experience caring for native birds at Otago’s acclaimed Orokonui Ecosanctuary. They know the positive change a safe feeding space can make on native bird populations.

Combined with Topflite’s energy-packed truffles this pack provides the perfect power pick-me-up for local birds. And it’s super easy to put up too – simply bang in a waratah post, put up your feeders and watch them fly in for a drink and a snack.

FEATURES:
• Award-winning New Zealand design for a safe, predator-free way to feed native birds
• Uses a waratah Y-post as a stand for the feeding platform (post not included)
• For all your bird-loving bee-friendly garden-goodness needs
• Easy to place anywhere in the garden – no trees needed.

SPECIFICATIONS:
Weight: 1.5kg
Pack contains: Nectar feeding bottle with nozzle, holder and platform stand, truffle feeder, energy truffles, instructions and Wild Bird Feeding Guide. Waratah post not included.

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Questions and answers

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Q:
Hi - is it designed to fit into or onto a triangle warratah or square metal post?
A:
It's recommended to use a waratah post.
By Trade Tested on October 05 2021

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  • tui
Am sure it will work eventually

ok so this may still end up being cool and if it does i will write another review. Firstly i think they need to be clearer that you need to also buy a "Y" section fence post as well to install this unit. It was a bit frustrating to get the unit and then to have to order this later. Secondly the unit dripped a lot and i have tried their advice on how to fix this, but it seems a bit intermittent. Have had it now for three weeks and no birds and so have moved it further away from house and dressed it up with some bottlebrush to try and attract tuis and hope this will work. We have heaps of birds around as we live near a bird reserve so am sure it will work once they see try it out. It obviously works as others have written great reviews so fingers crossed.

Toby Auckland
Pekapeka feeder

could not stop the thing leaking tried their suggestions on looking at the end of the feeder the nozzle seems distorted.

ian Auckland
No, I do not recommend this product.
Reply from Trade Tested This unit had a fault and we have sent a replacement product.
Pekapeka review

Easy to install. At first I thought I have wasted my money as no birds visited the feeder. Only after about 6 weeks they started and then would not stop. The Tui come straight out of the Kowhai tree to come and drink the nectar and it attracted a few families of Silver/Wax-eye. As for the nectar mix, I'm not so sure if I would recommend that. It forms a sediment at the bottom of the feeder that sometimes block the spout. Normal white sugar is better.

Swanie Auckland
Pekapeka Native Bird Feeder

Very well put together. However, had to raise it higher, and used wooden pile. The Tui loves it, but the smaller birds haven't yet taken to the truffles.

Lady Muck Auckland
Pekapeka Native Bird Feeder

The wax eyes and bell birds love and not to much waste as you can get with some other systems. Love it

Dawn Southland