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Topflite Nectar Nutra Bird Feeder

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Encourage tūi and bellbird to visit by hanging a nectar feeder in a safe spot in the garden.

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Encourage tūi and bellbird to visit by hanging a nectar feeder in a safe spot in the garden.

Topflite Nectar Nutra Feeders are designed specifically to attract tūi and bellbird and allow them to feed safely. A deep feeding cup and sturdy steel parts will accommodate the large, heavy tui and a strong cap prevents bees from drowning in the liquid.

The red colour of the Nectar Nutra Feeder mimics the natural shades of rata and pohutukawa, the favourite flowers of New Zealand’s native nectar feeders, and will bring them visiting regularly to your garden.

FEATURES
• Safe feeding
• Deep cup
• Sturdy steel
• Pohutukawa red
• Attracts tui & bellbird

SPECIFICATIONS
Feeder only

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Questions and answers

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Q:
Hi,do you have feeders for bees,that birds can't get at
A:
No, we don't have a particular feeder for bees.
By Trade Tested on November 11 2021
2 votes
Q:
Hi! How tall are these from the top of the hanger to the base?
A:
It's 50cm tall.
By Trade Tested on November 03 2020
1 vote
Q:
I have one of your nectar feeders, filled it with nectar and it only attracted bees , which then drowned as they tried to get out. How can I prevent this?
A:
If you're experiencing this issue then Topflite recommend that either the lid is taken off the flower part or if you prefer, you can pop in some small stones which means that the bees have something to land on and rest giving them time to escape out of the holes. The birds can still access the nectar.
By Trade Tested on August 03 2020
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