Lambert - Feeder
Hanging bird feeder carved from a cedar log with natural copper roof. Three large openings for birds to access the food. Suitable for sunflower, safflower, peanuts (In Shell, Shelled or Hearts) or Seed Mixes. Small opening covered in mesh on the bottom for drainage.
To reduce the risk of injury, feeders should be placed at less than 2m (6ft) (under 1m (3ft) is even better) or at more than 10m (33ft) from a window.
It is important to remember that feeders have the potential to cause disease in birds by promoting transmission of infectious diseases or by harbouring harmful moulds. To help prevent diseases in birds please remember to:
- Clean feeders and change seeds every two weeks
- Do not use old, spoiled or wet seeds
- Empty and clean the feeders immediately if the content becomes wet
- Take down feeders immediately for a minimum of 2 weeks if you observe a sick bird in your yard
For more information about feeder maintenance and safety visit the Resources section
How to maintain your Lambert product
The bare areas are treated with linseed oil to preserve the wood. It is recommended that you reapply linseed oil yearly on the parts not covered with bark. Make sure to let the finish fully cure for 30 to 45 days before putting your bird house or feeder out.
About Lambert BirdHouses
Lambert BirdHouses is a Canadian-owned small enterprise. All the nest boxes and feeders are hand-made locally.