Giveaway: Flutter Butter™ bird feeder and food

The weather is getting colder and soon the snow will may(be) here and even though we look forward to being huddled in front of the fire with slippers on and a hot choc in hand, our little feathered friends won’t have it so easy.
Winter is a tough time for garden birds but putting out some food for them not only brings a beautiful spectacle right up to your window, it also helps them survive the bleak winter. 
Living with Birds sells a huuuuge range of food and accessories for garden birds including over 200 feeders, 50 foods and 100 nest boxes – everything you need to attract beautiful birds such as finches, blackbirds, woodpeckers and sparrows to your garden or yard. 
The wonderful people over at Living with Birds are offering one of my lucky readers an awesome Flutter Butter feeder along with a jar of each Flutter Butter flavour. Just enter using the Rafflecopter widget below for a chance to win. 
Flutter Butter comes in a jar that simply screws into the Flutter Butter feeder and provides a rich nutritious protein boost for birds that is naturally low in salt. It comes in three delicious-sounding flavours – lucky birds! The feeder can be suspended from the attached chain or hung to a wall or fence using the hinged bracket that turns the feeder upwards for easy refilling.
The prize would make a lovely Christmas present, or you could just keep it for yourself (I know what I would do).

The giveaway is open to UK residents only. 

a Rafflecopter giveaway

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By Jenni Tulip

I'm a bright-haired, hill walking, magpie whispering, skull collecting, tree hugging, money saving, bird watching, happy campervanning, ferret fanatic, woodland dweller sharing my stories and passion for the outdoors to inspire you to immerse yourself in nature.

  • I would choose the I Love Robins Feeder and Canopy! x

  • What a Brilliant idea the Flutter Butter Feeder & Food is! I love it & so would my Mum who has a big following of birds to her garden everyday. I also love the I Love Robins feeder, I have a very small Robin that visits daily & I am sure he/she would love this xxx

  • Fab comp, i've entered, i've just had to throw away my old bird feeder so this would be wonderful to replace it with! x

  • Great comp Miss T i would like the ring pull feeder as i worry that we cause as many problems through hygiene as we solve through feeding.

  • I'd choose the i love robins pearl feeder x

  • I like the Three-way Feeder Station, thanks for the lovely giveaway.

  • I love the robins feeder!


  • I love the Fly-Thru Circle Feeder – pricey but very lovely!

  • Heather Knotts

    I'd choose a large niger feeder for the finches

  • the robin's feeder x

  • I Love Robins® looks fab

  • cedarplus classic

  • christine shgelley

    The Robins Feeder, we have two in our garden regularly

  • The Robins one, I love all birds, and like to make sure they always have something tasty to eat.

  • liz

    I like the woodlook window tray – we live in a flat and don't have a garden, but window-mounted feeders let us enjoy feeding the birds!

  • The Fly-Thru Circle Feeder
    It's much smarter than the average feeder

  • I'd choose the Nuttery N-1XL 🙂 (Laura Jeffs)

  • Onyx™ Finch Magnet

  • I would choose the basket ball feeder

  • Nuttery™ Classic would be my choice ~

  • Anonymous

    Great idea.

  • The robins one for sure – we have some very friendly robins in our garden 🙂

  • Anonymous

    The Robin ones, love the cheeky little fellows – know they are aggressive but I forgive them.

  • Love the Robin's Feeder

  • I would choose the I love Robins Feeder and canopy

  • Like the Robin box nestbox !

  • I'd choose the Fly-Thru Circle Feeder. Looks great.

  • Precious Metals™ Bright Copper Feeder

  • Rachel Roach

    Robins feeder

  • Rachelgrr

    This is a fantastic idea! The robin feeder would be lovely.

  • I would buy Suet Cake Cartridge Feeder and hope to deter the magpies a little from taking all the food.

  • Anonymous

    I like the National Trust window feeder as it's great to watch the birds come to feed – you get a real close-up view!

  • I would actually invest in the hedgehog dome first.

  • the Flutter Butter,
    is what i would like,
    as i could feed them,
    out of the sight,
    of cats on the prowel
    day and night

  • Would love the Robins feeder to try and lure out our shy Robins

  • sarah rees

    window feeders

  • Flutter Butter feeder would be great to start with

  • Robins feeder x

  • The fly-thru circle feeder!

  • love robins pearl feeder

  • brilliant flutter butter

  • Deep dish wrap around looks good 🙂

  • Basket Ball Feeder­™
    Treat birds to fat balls the safe, simple 'no nets' way.
    Here’s the smart solution to offer suet the safe, simple no-nets way. Holding up to three 100g

  • Deep-Dish™ Flowerbed

  • A squirrel buster, as we occasionally get these and they wreck havoc with the birds food.

  • i like the robins pearl feeder, i would give this to my mother in law if i won though as shes just had her garden done 🙂

  • The flutter butter feeder is lovely

  • – I have loads of birds and I want as many as possible to get food!

  • the robins feeder as i love robins

  • I Love Robins® looks fab – leanne w

  • flutter butter feeder

  • some flutter butters, they'd go mad for them

  • The extra large hanging feeder would ensure the squabbles are kept to a minimum! Currently there are daily arguements at my bird cafes due to there only being room for a few diners at a time. The flutter butter would be a very welcome change for my discerning feathered eaters! 🙂

  • Robins feeder and canopy

  • robins pearl feeder thankyou

  • The Seed Trays

  • The robin feeder looks great. My favourite bird.

  • Anonymous

    I think 'my' woodpeckers would like to try the Chunky Dumplings
    Victoria B

  • The Basketball Feeder looks just the job for me 🙂

  • Three way feeder station

  • Kim Styles

    I would get the I Love Hedgehogs™ food – what a great idea !! it looks a well balance mixture- i might buy some for my sister- she has an animal rescue home and she feeds all the wild animals too -she would love this

  • I would choose the Squirrel Buster Peanut Holder. We have a problem with grey squirrels helping themselves.

  • Basket ball feeder

  • Lucy carter

    I like the basket ball feeder

  • the robins feeder

  • My mum would love this, she spends most of her time indoors and loves to feed and watch 'her birds'

  • Pam Francis Gregory

    I Love Robins® Feeders – Think Robins are great

  • gemma nisbet

    The robins feeder is fab

  • The Robin feeder

  • The Robins feeder

  • the three way feeder station

  • Liz Marriott

    The Official open front nestbox for the robins

  • sarah-dawn pope

    A Cuban Hanging Birdbath

  • Robin's Feeder as saw one this morning in our garden!

  • The basket ball feeder would be my pick

  • Hanging platform feeder

  • A Granary feeder.

  • The I <3 Robins Pearl is lovely – I do like covered feeders, my Robin loves his mealworms and cheese! This would be perfect.

  • robins feeder x

  • Beverley

    Any one of the birdfood cakes

  • The I Love Robins Feeder and Canopy!

  • The Onyx™ Finch Magnet because these birds are soo pretty to watch

  • Onyx™ Finch Magnet ty

  • I love the robins feeder!

  • I love the Triple Sparrow House… We have sparrows that visit the garden, so would be lovely if they used the bird house 🙂

  • 2HW open fronted for robins please

  • I Love Robins® Feeders

  • I ♥ Robins Pearl Feeder

  • Pauline Burroughs

    I would choose the Fly-Thru Circle Feeder

  • I would choose the I Love Robins Feeder and Canopy! x

  • I would choose the I Love Robins Feeder and Canopy! x

  • ring pull feeder

  • i like the Nuttery N-3

  • it has to be the robin feeder. I love watching robins!

  • samantha bolter

    The three way feeder would be a wonderful addition to my collection

  • Kate Phillips

    I'd get one of the Nuttery Birdfeeders.

  • I ♥ Robins Pearl Feeder

  • The Robins feeder would be great for this time of year.

  • Anonymous

    I would choose the I love robins pearl feeder

  • the robin feeder is just what my garden needs

  • the robins feeder

  • Oh yes the birdbath that is what I am missing. I saw two grouse having a dry bath in 2013 in my garden watching out whilst the other bathed – fab. Saw little spuggies having a wet bath too I love it.

  • I would choose the Robin feeder