The thing that annoys me most about bird tables is quite how much you can pay for them, but look closely and they are often nailed together and still relatively expensive. Don’t get me wrong, this oak bird table isn’t inexpensive, but it’s solid, all screw holes are plugged with oak dowels, and even the main table is cut from a single slab of oak rather than glued up from multiple strips.
They do say that the proof of the pudding is in the eating, so I guess you could say that our bird tables are approved by both Robins and Magpies!
With a slatted oak roof sitting on oak pillars, the main table is a 20mm thick single slab of oak supported atop an oak column, itself seated on a substantial base with predrilled angled holes to allow pegging for ultimate stability.
This really is a stunning bird table and one that would grace any garden!