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Where should you place the Squirrel Feeder? Watching the antics of a squirrel trying to sneak some peanuts from a bird feeder is often hilarious to watch. So, why not give him his own feeder so that he can help himself. The feeder can be placed against a fence post, on a tree or anywhere where the squirrel can have peace and quiet to enjoy his feast. The feeder has a long sturdy metal base for the squirrel to stand on or sit comfortably. The hinged roof can be lifted up with ease by the squirrel so that he can indulge himself with his favourite pine nuts or peanuts. How to clean the Squirrel Feeder: The feeder is made from metal and plastic and has two screws attaching the plastic feeder tube to the metal base. Unscrew the two screws to remove the plastic tube for cleaning purposes. The Squirrel feeder should be cleaned often by placing the feeder in a bowl of warm water containing a mild detergent. When cleaning the feeder wear rubber gloves and wash your hands thoroughly afterwards. When the weather turns nasty and cold and the bushy tailed frisky squirrel canít find enough food, they need our tender loving care. The simple act of putting out a feeder full of their favourite food could be a lifesaving gesture. Colour: Green Material: Metal/Plastic Size: Height 20cm
Spike's Dinner is a winning combination of nutritious and delicious chicken-based ingredients designed to supplement a hedgehog's natural daily diet. Feeding the Spike's range gives hedgehogs all the vitamins and minerals to keep your garden hedgehogs happy and healthy. Providing extra care for them is particularly important as they try to store up enough reserves of fat to see them through the winter months.
A delicious, chicken based food for hedgehogs of all ages. This highly palatable feed can be served on its own or mixed with our other hedgehog foods from the Spike's range. Fed regularly, it will encourage visits to your garden all year round. Feeding the Spike's range gives hedgehogs all the vitamins and minerals to keep your garden hedgehogs happy and healthy. Providing extra care for them is particularly important as they try to store up enough reserves of fat to see them through the winter months.
Brambles Crunchy Hedgehog Food consists of small kibbles with poultry as the main ingredient. It is a complementary food specially formulated to give the right balance of nutrients, vitamins & minerals for wild hedgehogs and, due to its crunchy texture, is also great for dental health. Available in 900g and 2Kg sizes. FEEDING GUIDELINES Each evening offer about a handful of food per hedgehog in a shallow dish. Always ensure there is a supply of fresh water, particularly when feeding dry food and during warm weather. If you want to keep cats and dogs from eating Brambles Crunchy Hedgehog Food you can build a small feeding station by using a plastic box with a section cut out at the base of one end. A hole of about 13cm diameter should do the trick, and weigh down the box with something heavy for added security. It may take a little while for the hedgehogs to get used to a different food but do persevere as this is normal with all animals. Also suitable for badgers and foxes.
A complementary food specially formulated for hedgehogs to give the right balance of nutrients, vitamins & minerals. It contains no artificial flavours, colours or added sugar, and is naturally tasty and nutritious. Highly palatable and ideal for younger, fussier or convalescing hogs. - Formulated based on the latest scientific understanding of a hedgehog's dietary needs. - No added sugar or sugar-rich foods. - Formulated without phosphorus-rich ingredients such as mealworms and peanuts. - Prevents potentially harmful selective feeding. - Ideal in dry weather and with younger or fussier animals. - Approved by wildlife hospitals and rescue centres.
Mr Johnson's Squirrel Food 900g Mr Johnsonís Wildlife SQUIRREL FOOD provides a well-balanced diet squirrels love as it contains some of their favourite ingredients like mixed nuts, peanuts, pine nuts, sunflower seeds, wheat and oats, rosehips, and apple.