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Wooden Bird Feeder

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Wooden Bird Feeder

Code
412056
Encourage students to appreciate and care for the Earth and all its creatures with this quality wooden bird feeder. This is not a toy. Made of Wood. Measures 11.5 H x 16.5 W x 10cm D.
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Colour Natural
Minimum Recommended Age 5yrs+
Material Made of Wood.
Height 11.5cm
Width 16.5cm
Depth 10cm
Made in Australia MIA
Ready to Decorate YES
User Advice This is not a toy.
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