Wild Bird Food

Seed Mixtures

The better mixtures contain plenty of variety including sunflower seeds, and smaller millet seeds.

Small seeds, such as millet, attract mostly house sparrows, dunnocks, finches, reed buntings and collared doves. Tits and greenfinches favour peanuts and sunflower seeds. Wheat and barley grains are often included in seed mixtures, but they are really only suitable for pigeons, doves and pheasants, which feed on the ground and rapidly increase in numbers, frequently deterring the smaller species.

Nyjer Seed

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Make us your first choice for wild bird seed , peanuts , and sunflower hearts.

We sell the best quality at a great price - It's the food the birds love !

We have 10 wild bird seed mixes - available in carry home sizes and bulk sacks.

Peanuts

These are rich in fat and are popular with tits, greenfinches, house sparrows, nuthatches, great spotted woodpeckers and siskins. Crushed or grated nuts attract robins, dunnocks and even wrens.

Sunflower Hearts

High in energy - sunflower hearts (the husked kernels) are a popular no-mess, no-grow food.

Enjoyed by most birds, the time spent cracking open the black sunflower husk is eliminated, enabling birds to save valuable time and feed more efficiently.

Black Sunflower

These are an excellent year-round food, and in many areas are even more popular than peanuts. The oil content is higher in black than striped ones, and so they are much better.

Fat Balls & Suet

Suet is an essential food for wild birds, providing them with instant energy when they need it most. We have a wide range of pellets in various size packs. Fat balls are available both netted and without nets.

The "Goldfinch Magnet"

Thistle seeds with a high oil

content. They are particular favourites with goldfinches and siskins.

Dried Mealworms

These are protein packed and particularly suitable for robins and blackbirds. Mealworms are a natural food and can be used to feed birds throughout the year. Mealworms are also enjoyed by blue tits, and may attract other insect-eating birds such as pied wagtails.

Feeders

We stock many types of wild bird feeders from supa and rosewood. various sizes in stock for seed, peanuts and suet.

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