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December 12, 2011

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The Zen Birdfeeder

Lisa, unfortunately we don't carry the feeder anymore. Check this website to see if they'll ship to the U.K. https://schoolhousewoodcrafts.com/Catalog.php

lisa

Hello, I'm from the u.k. I would like to order one of these feeders but having no luck trying to contact you via the link page.

Do u have email address please so I could send you more info?

How much do you charge shipping?

The Zen Birdfeeder

Thanks Virenda. Glad to hear from you, all the way from India!

Virendra

This is one of the coolest bird feeder I have come across. Love, light, and respect from Virendra - India

The Zen Birdfeeder

Thank you Carmen. The birds like it too!

CARMEM MARGARIDA ZICCARDI

Wow ! More beautiful ! I love it !

The Zen Birdfeeder

Dakota, first give a call to your local Wild Birds Unlimited, if you have one. If no luck, try Schoolhouse at https://schoolhousewoodcrafts.com/Catalog.php
Shipping will add significantly to the cost.

Dakota1709

Where would I be able to buy this feeder? (Online or in stores?)

Love the fact you can put anything you want in it, and the way it looks..

The Zen Birdfeeder

Gary, thanks for your great comment! It is really unique and many people have never seen anything like it!

Gary Howell

This is one of the coolest bird feeders I've seen in recent months. Whoever thought of this is incredibly creative, especially considering that it puts felled trees to such a good use. I have always felt that if a tree has to be cut down, someone should make something useful out of it instead of it going to waste. Great article thanks for writing it and thanks for the inspiration. I'll definitely look into buying one of these feeders.

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