Wild Garden Bird Food
It is important to know that when feeding wild birds that you are choosing only wild bird feed which will be nutritionally valuable for those lovely little creatures. We have a wide range of wild bird fat balls here which should be able to cover the array of birds which you have weaving their way merrily around your garden space. Suet bird food is made from suet mixed with bird feed like seeds and nuts, or even mealworms. Bird suet cakes bulk or suet balls will be a great choice if you are worried about rats. Nothing will drop down from the feeder onto the floor, so your bird feeders won't be attracting any unwanted customers.
Wild bird nuts
We also have some wild bird nuts to choose from, such as bird food peanuts. These are unsweetened and unsalted so they will be great for birds. They are high in protein and fat, meaning that they are nice and filling. Peanuts are particularly popular in birds such as woodpeckers, jays, nuthatches and tits, especially the titmouse.
Wild bird seeds
There are also plenty of seed varieties to choose from. If you are looking to offer some food which is favoured by finches and sparrows, as well as tits, then we would recommend you try out some black sunflower bird seeds. These are very popular with many seed eating birds in fact, as they offer oil, protein, minerals and vitamins. If you want to cater to a wide range of stunning little songbirds such as robins, sparrows and beyond, then you can also pick up some wild bird seed mix packs. These seed mixes are comprised of some of the wild songbird favourites such as sunflower hearts, peanut granules and pinhead oatmeal.
Worms for birds
Robins are also big fans of mealworms, as are blue tits. Wild bird mealworms are made up of dried insects, which are in fact not worms but larval beetles. Birds of all kinds absolutely love eating insects, so mealworms can add an important protein rich component to your bird feed menu! These can help boost many a bird's diet all through the year.