Wild Bird Food
From our best-selling sunflower hearts to our high quality peanuts,
we have something for every garden.
£6.45 - £40.27
A single seed like these sunflower hearts can be more economic to feed than some of the mixed seeds. This is because some birds flick out seeds they don't fancy and just select their favourite seed. Unless there are sufficient ground feeding birds mopping up underneath the feeder then quite a lot can go to waste, or attract vermin.
£7.51 - £53.55
Peanuts are a perennial favourite with the tit family and a host of other seed/insect eaters such as nuthatch, woodpecker and many finches.
£6.31 - £44.15
Niger Seed, beloved by goldfinch, siskin and redpol amongst other attractive finches.
Niger needs a special feeder to dispense the seed because it is so slender and fine. It is highly nutritious and rich in oil, hence the appeal to those birds that have the skill to access the seed.
Suitable for: Niger seed feeders
Attracts: Seed eaters such as the siskin, redpoll and goldfinch
Composition: Niger seed in the husk
£8.22 - £73.21
Mealworms are a great, energy-rich treat food for your birds. Mix them with one of our seed mixes, sprinkle them on a bird table or the ground, or rehydrate them by soaking them in water, which makes them perfect for feeding during the breeding season,
Suitable for: Ground, table or feeders
Attracts: Blackbirds and robins love them, but you'll also attract sparrows, wrens, song thrushes and blackcaps. Chickens love them as well.
Please don't feed to HEDGEHOGS: Mealworms are high in phosphorus and have a low nutritional value for hedgehogs. This can cause metabolic bone disease, which occurs when the hedgehog has to take calcium from its own bones to maintain calcium levels in the blood. This causes painful, soft bones.
Black Sunflower Seeds
£6.19 - £28.23
Black sunflower seeds have a high oil content, making them highly nutritious. Their thin shells are easy for small birds to crack open.
They're a good cheap alternative to sunflower hearts, but will produce more mess under the feeder as the birds discard the husks.
Suitable for: Table, ground and hanging feeders
Attracts: Wide range of seed eating birds, including finches, sparrows, dunnocks, tits, woodpeckers, nuthatch etc.