Bempton Wall Mounted Bird Table

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The Bempton Wall-Mounted Bird Table is made from FSC certified timber, with an attractive verdigris roof. The ornate design also makes this feeder a visually appealing addition to a garden, and along with walls can be fixed to fences and sheds etc. To ensure easy cleaning, this product also features a removable recycled tray which the bird food sits on

A wall or fence mounted bird table like this one will help attract a wide range of bird species. One of the reasons for this is that it can also be used by ground feeding species of bird such as Robin and Blackbird, which aren’t really suited to clinging to hanging feeders.   

The height of the Bempton Wall Mounted Bird Table is 37cm and the is width 26.5cm.


H37cm x W26.5cm


Orders received by 3pm Monday to Friday will be dispatched via DHL on a no signature delivery service; simply advise us where to leave your bags. We don't deliver on Saturdays, Sundays or Bank Holidays.

Some orders less than 1kg in weight will come by Royal Mail.

Orders for Live Mealworms are sent directly from our supplier via Royal Mail. They are dispatched the same day if orders are received by 12pm Mon-Thurs; no orders are dispatched on a Friday. Please allow four working days for orders to arrive.

If you have not received your order within seven working days please contact us on 01775 630208.

We now deliver to all of mainland UK with no extra delivery charge. Please note that some postcode areas that are classed as Scottish Islands and Highlands may take 2-3 working days to arrive. For deliveries outside of these areas a £10 charge will be applied. Postcode areas affected include HS, IV41 – IV49, IV51, IV55 and IV56, KA27 and KA28, KW15 to KW17, PA20, PA41 to PA49, PA60 to PA78, PH42 to PH44, ZE, Isle of Man

We are unable to deliver to the Republic of Ireland or the Channel Islands.

Product Reviews
  • Tricia Frost


    We have just put it up today so no news yet on bird use! But we are delighted with all aspects of it and it has added something to the garden of course. I did write an email to you to ask if you could pass on our thanks to the delivery man who was a day late due to snow and must have had a very difficult time of it. Our grateful thanks to him and all your couriers, Tricia Frost

  • Mr bryan Cooke


    Excellent service and a super looking, Well made Bird Table, looks great on my walled garden.

  • Mr derek Robinson


    Pleased with its appearance. Looks good in our small garden . Birds haven't used it yet .


A high quality and practical product made from FSC timber, the Bempton Wall-Mounted Bird Table is also a very attractive addition and feature to a garden or patio area. The ornate design of this wall mounted bird table features a copper verdigris roof. In addition, it is functional and practical, as it  has a removable tray made of recycled material which the birds feed from. This allows for easy and regular cleaning - which is essential for any bird table as they can harbour diseases for birds if not kept clean.

This type of bird table can of course also be mounted on other vertical surfaces, with examples being a post, fence or the side of a shed. The ideal height for the bird table is probably about your own chest or shoulder height, and as much as anything because this allows for easier cleaning and adding food.    

A bird table - be it free-standing or wall-mounted like this one - is beneficial to some species of bird which find it difficult or impossible to use the perches on hanging feeders. This largely applies to ground-feeding species such Collared dove, Robin, Dunnock and Blackbird, which will see the flat surface of the bird table in essentially the same way they see the ground. 

As the Bempton Wall Mounted Bird Table has a roof which will keep the feeding surface dry, a wide range of foods can be fed from it. These include sunflower hearts, seed mixes and suet pellets. For the seed mixes, it’s best to use a husk-free mix as this means softbill species like Robin and Blackbird can also eat it (they can’t remove husks from seed like black sunflower).