Birds Food... “we sell bird food”
What do you feed the birds in your garden?
Do you want to feed them?
Are you fed up with carrying bags of heavy
seed home with you?
We can supply you in your own home with all
your wild bird food needs...
The food comes in a plastic bucket with a
lid so no more problems with split bags and nuisance mice and
rats. We come and refill your Fat Birds Bird Food tub on demand.
Feeding the birds in your garden with
wild bird food can be a critical source of food for birds during
the breeding season and the winter months. With the recent
changes in climate producing unseasonable weather birds are
always under pressure to find food.
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Different birds eat different foods, which
is why putting out a variety of foodstuffs will attract a wider
range of species. Typical foods include:
- Peanuts – good traditional food, best loved by the tit
family but also taken by starlings, sparrows and greenfinches
- Sunflower seeds – especially loved by greenfinches
- Mealworms/ waxworms – not for the squeamish, live food
is increasingly popular, good in the breeding season for
robins, wrens, thrushes and many more
- Nyjer/Niger Seeds – especially loved by goldfinches
- Fat cake – Tits, Blackcap
- Table seed (mixed corn/wheat/pinhead oats) – collared
Why not give your garden birds
and other wildlife a little extra pampering as the weather
gets colder? Here we offer you our top five spa tweetment tips!
- Deep cleanse: scrub bird feeders and tables with hot
water. Specially-designed long-handled brushes can get
into every nook and cranny of feeders. These are available
- shops.Spa waters: water is vital for many kinds of wildlife.
Birds need it for drinking and keeping their feathers in
- Detox: we can get over a binge or two – but for birds,
bad food can be a disaster! Avoid feeding birds uncooked
rice, chicken fat or bread, but let them feast on healthy
foods such as Fat Birds Bird Food.
- Rest and relaxation: birds need to rest and roost in
scrub, trees or a bird box. Native plants such as hawthorn,
blackthorn or honeysuckle provide them with both cover
and food. You can relax too, by not tidying. Allow dead
wood to lie and leave spent foliage and seed heads to help
insects, amphibians and birds.
- Aromatherapy: perfumed blooms attract insects to their nectar-filled
flowers. Plants such as lavender, viburnum, hebe and broom
are good choices.
Take a look at our range of Bird Foods... Our