Rustic Slate Roof Bird Table

Our own design of slate roof Bird Tables. A modern clean design bird table with a quality construction.

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Part of the riverside range of bird tables this classic rustic styled table has a solid wooden ridge and clay mix slate roof making it stronger and lighter than natural slate. It fits right in with any style of garden, and the clean lines make it popular with our customers. This is a great looking table, and perfect as a starter table.

  • Clay Mix Roof, more durable and lighter than slate
  • excellent construction
  • heavy and durable
  • weather treated
  • visually appealing

 

Standing at 1660mm tall, and in a golden finish, we think it goes great in any garden, so much so that we had one in the corner of our own garden. It looks fantastic in the right setting.

  • Overall Size : Medium
  • Height : 1660mm
  • Roof Type : Ardesia/Slate
  • Width : 320mm
  • Colour : Natural
  • Depth : 320mm
  • Total height : 1660mm
  • Material: : European Softwood
  • Feeding Table Height : 1300mm
  • Base Size : 700x700 mm
  • Post Thickness : 50x50
  • Treated : Yes
From Linda Robson | 2016-06-11 13:04:36

Hi, I'm very new to wild bird feeding so which is the better just an open table or one with a roof. Common sense says roofed ones will keep the food dry (?) but is it just personal taste?
Many thanks for your assistance
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Linda Robson

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A bird table is really down to the customer, a roofed one will give some weather protection but the rain still gets in the sides, what a lot of people don't know is a roof on a bird table is akso there to protect the birds from predators, they will more likely use one with a roof, that said if there is cover nearby they will use an open table also. You could also just throw food on the ground.
It also depends on how many birds you want to attract, bird tables are good and sensible but the birds are after food and water, I recomend you start with a medium table and bird bath

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By (WEST BROMWICH, United Kingdom) on03 Feb. 2016 (Rustic Slate Roof Bird Table) :
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Robert Callan

We had been round the various garden centre's and other outlets looking for a good bird table at a reasonable price and then we came to this site and decided to go for this table, we are very glad we did as it is a beautiful table of great construction and finished off superbly.
There is some construction to do but it all fits together perfectly and finished off really well.
We are really pleased with it and now all we can do is hope it lasts a long time but from what we can see we have no doubts about that.
I would certainly buy from Riverside Woodcraft again and if you do you will not be disappointed.

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