Encyclopaedia of Birdcare
Seed Scoopsseed is difficult to handle without spilling, and seed scoops are designed to make the task of filling feeders easier. They are made of plastic in the shape of a horn, and allow the seed to be scooped up from the packet or bag using the broad end, and then neatly poured into the feeder through the other end, which is narrow and pointed.
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