Wild Bird Food
BIRD FOOD ONLINE
The wild birds of the UK certainly deserve your care and attention. The provision of supplementary food will attract an exciting variety of wild birds to your garden. It is important to offer them the finest food and that is exactly what you will find here at Little Peckers.
There isn?t much that we don?t know about creating the best wild bird food. We have been producing bird food for more than 100 years and really understand the problems that you will experience with inferior products.
We utilize only top quality ingredients in our food. Our wild bird food mixes are processed using the latest equipment and technology. They are not packed with the unpleasant fillers which will simply be rejected and discarded by the birds. For this reason our foods are dust free and provide the nutrition that the wild birds really need. Discarded feed makes a mess, attracts vermin and will eventually rot. Our wild bird feed is also wheat free as wheat can remain viable and then start growing in your garden. In addition, our peanuts are safe for the wild birds as they are free of toxins.
Little Peckers? fabulous sunflower hearts will maximise the variety of species which will visit your garden. Tits, finches and thrushes adore sunflower hearts whilst goldfinches and siskins will love our nyjer (niger) seeds. You can?t go wrong with suet fat balls in the winter and our mealworms will ensure that even more colourful birds head straight for your property.
DIFFERENT TYPES OF WILD BIRDS MIXES
You can get all sorts of different mixtures for wild birds. We only sell premium mixtures that are full of beneficial nutrients and quality ingredients. Wild birds like different types of feed, so the mix you choose will have an impact on what sort of birds make a beeline for your garden. For example, seed mixes that included larger seed are better at attracting larger species of birds, such as blackbirds and pigeons etc.
If you aren?t sure which mix to get, contact our experts for some helpful advice. We provide mixes that are high in fat, protein and calories and have mixes from 2 kilograms up to 25 kilograms. Our mixes contain ingredients such as peanuts, sunflower hearts and a variety of different seeds.
WILD BIRD SUET & FAT BALLS
Wild bird suet and fat balls are an excellent source of energy and fat for birds. They can be fed alongside bird food mixes and are particularly beneficial to birds during winter when food is scarcer. However, they can also be useful during moulting and breeding seasons as well as just before migration, which means they are suitable all year round. Suet fat balls will attract a wide variety of species to your garden including blue tits, robins, starlings, blackbirds, sparrows and many more.
WILD BIRD SUNFLOWER HEARTS & SEEDS
Wild birds absolutely love black sunflower and sunflower hearts. Sunflower seeds are highly nutritious and help to give birds an energy boost. They are easy for birds to consume and will help to attract a wide variety of wild birds to your garden.
Give wild birds a helping hand by providing tasty sunflower hearts, which can help when food is scarce. They will attract wild birds such as greenfinches, tits, blackbirds, robins, sparrows, starlings and many more. Browse through our selection of seeds now or find out more information below.
DIFFERENT SUNFLOWER SEEDS
There are two main types of sunflowers seeds, black sunflower and sunflower hearts. Black sunflower is a lot cheaper, however, the husk is left behind in your bird feeder. Some people don?t mind this, and are happy to stick with the more cost effective option.
Others prefer sunflower hearts, which are a bit more expensive, but are husk-free. The benefits of this are that there is no mess left in your feeders and the birds don?t have to remove any husk. Both of these variations are very nutritious for birds. We also sell seeds in different quantities including 2kg, 15kg, 20kg and 25kg. If you aren?t sure what to order, feel free to contact our bird experts for advice.
Wild birds like all sorts of different snacks, and providing a variety of food can help to draw many bird species into your garden. Fat balls are extremely appealing to lots of birds, and can give them a vital energy boost when they need it the most. By feeding birds these snacks you could be improving their chances of survival. It?s also lovely to watch wild birds feeding on snacks metres away from you in your garden.
YOU'D BE NUTS TO PASS UP ON OUR BIRD PEANUTS
We have a wide selection of bird peanuts for all different species of bird. They are a highly nutritious and popular snack for birds. Peanuts are rich in calories, natural oils, protein, and give birds an energy boost, which is particularly useful when food is scarce. All our peanuts are packed with highly beneficial vitamins and minerals. Buy peanuts for birds online now, or find out more information below.
Browse through our large range of wild bird peanuts. Peanuts attract many different birds including tits, woodpeckers, sparrows and siskins. Buy your peanuts in bulk by purchasing 25 kilogram bags, or order small amounts such as 1 or 2 kilogram bags.
If you prefer, we also have peanut granules and pastes, which are just as tasty as the whole nuts. If you aren?t sure what to buy, contact our bird experts now for some helpful advice.
WILD BIRD FOOD ORDERING MADE EASY
We back our products with the highest standards of service, expert advice and the lowest prices. Our wild bird foods are available in different quantities to suit your needs and you benefit from free delivery on orders over £25. Your wild bird food can be delivered right to your door so you will always have the right foods to hand for when you need them.
You will also discover a comprehensive range of wild bird feeders, feeding stations, bird houses, nesting boxes and bird baths here at Little Peckers.
We buy and process our bird feed in bulk, which means we can keep costs down and offer some of the lowest prices in the UK. To take advantage of all our latest deals, sign up to our email newsletter now and follow us on social media. You won?t want to miss out on the latest news straight from the horse?s mouth, or should that be the Little Peckers? beak?