Brambles Swan & Duck Food floats and is crammed with nutritious ingredients including peas, rice, wheat, linseed and fishmeal. It is¬† a complementary food specially formulated to give the right balance of nutrients, vitamins & minerals for swans and ducks. As the food floats, you can see when it is time to stop feeding.
Bucktons 150 Fat Balls. These high energy formulation fat balls are made with a selection of small seeds which are a good source of energy and nutrition for garden birds, this includes black sunflower seeds which are popular and will attract a variety birds to feed from them.
Loved by Goldfinches Requires special Niger FeederNiger seed is a very small, fine seed that is black in colour. It requires a specialist feeder as, due to its’ size, it would simply spill out of the ports on a normal seed feeder. These seeds contain approximately 40% oil and 20% protein, providing plenty of energy and thus contributing to the overall health and vitality of visiting garden birds that dine upon it. Goldfinches are renowned for their love of this particular seed and when feeding in numbers, make a wonderful spectacle in our gardens. Additionally, Green finches, siskins and redpolls are fans of Niger seed benefitting from the energy it provides. Originating from Ethiopia, and additionally grown in Asia and India, Niger seed is often referred to as thistle or nyjer however it is more closely related to sunflower than the thistle plant. This confusion may have come about because it is a small black seed that bears a close resemblance to thistle seeds which goldfinches naturally forage for in the wild.
Monkey nuts - or peanuts in their shells, are the best squirrel food if you want to enjoy these creatures playing and feeding in the garden. You can also try hanging a few from a string in a tree for the tits to play with. Watch them hang from the cord and chip their way through the shells to steal the contents.
Jacobi Jayne's New Easy Peasy Bird Food Cakes are a convenient way to feed an excellent source of easy to digest, nutritious energy to your visiting wild birds during the cold winter and important breeding seasons.