1. Bird feeder
A hipster home demands a hipster bird feeder – and they certainly don't come much cooler than this number by Eva Solo.
2. Hanging bird table
Frankly massive and possibly the poshest bird feeder around. No covered sides, though, so all those nuts can get blown around.
3. Traditional bird table
No trees? No problem, as this table comes with its own supporting structure. It is also remarkably cheap given its pine construction.
4. Bird nesting box
A little nest, for little birds to brave the winter in. Made of a twisted rattan that allows for ventilation, but nicely stays the wind.
5. Hedgehog house
Featured on BBC Autumnwatch, it's the perfect sheltered feeding area. The door is predator-proof, so only hedgehogs, etc can get in.
6. Mounted squirrel feeder
Why shouldn't squirrels have a place to call their own? This is specifically made with the little grey- and red-tails in mind.
7. Window feeder
You may live in a block of flats but that doesn't mean you can't do your bit for winter-chilled wildlife. Attaches to your window.
8. Feeding station kit
This is positively bacchanalian, with feeders for seeds, peanuts, fat snacks and even suet. Caters for all sorts of little creatures.
Rather palatial, but it should be, given its cost. Pine construction has eight sides and four doors.
10. Squirrel feeder
Don't waste your time trying to keep squirrels out of your bird feeder: give them their own house instead. This one splits into two.
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