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Would you like to do something good not only for your pets, but also for our native birds? Then you've come to the right place to make tits, sparrows or blackbirds happy. Besides seeds and berries, you will also find mealworms. We also have nuts and sultanas for jays, woodpeckers and nuthatches.
Weight: 100 g
  1. vitamins C1, B1, B2
  2. Essential oils

Content: 0.1 kg (€21.00* / 1 kg )

Feeding rod XL
Futterstange XL: Hirse
  1. nibble for wild birds
  2. with millet or sunflower seeds
  3. recommended by Weltvogelpark Walsrode
Feeding rod XL
Futterstange XL: Sonnenblumenkerne
  1. nibble for wild birds
  2. with millet or sunflower seeds
  3. recommended by Weltvogelpark Walsrode
Weight: 50 g
  1. Animal protein
  2. Crude protein: 51 %, Crude fat: 28 %

Content: 0.05 kg (€48.00* / 1 kg )

Rowan berries
Weight: 100 g
  1. Mountain ash berry
  2. Tannins
  3. Vitamin C
  4. Sortitol
  5. Pectin

Content: 0.1 kg (€24.00* / 1 kg )

Sunflower heads
Weight: 100 g
  1. dried sunflower heads (whole and broken)
  2. to work out the seeds
  3. natural occupation

Content: 0.1 kg (€69.00* / 1 kg )

Tit dumpling | 25 pieces
  1. Natural ingredients
  2. Fat balls without netting
  3. 100% recyclable packaging
Tit Dumplings | Gourmet Balls INSEKTEN
  1. Natural ingredients
  2. Gourmet Balls without net
  3. 100 % recyclable packaging
€1.99* *€3.50

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Peanuts, shelled
Weight: 100 g
  1. High in protein
  2. Iron
  3. Phosphorus
  4. Potassium
  5. Calcium
  6. Magnesium
  7. Trace elements

Content: 0.1 kg (€16.00* / 1 kg )

Weight: 100 g
  1. vitamins C1, B1, B2
  2. Essential oils

Content: 0.1 kg (€21.00* / 1 kg )

Weight: 100 g
  1. S ultanas
  2. Rich in fibre
  3. Vitamins
  4. Minerals

Content: 0.1 kg (€17.00* / 1 kg )

Oats, flaked
Weight: 250 g
  1. provitamin A
  2. vitamins B1, B2 and B6
  3. biotin
  4. folic acid
  5. floury seeds

Content: 0.25 kg (€7.20* / 1 kg )

Welcome to the world of wild bird feeding: your guide to the right food in summer and winter

Are you a nature lover who loves to admire the birdlife? Then you are surely interested in how to provide wild birds with the best food all year round.
Proper feeding is not only an enrichment for birds such as blackbirds, titmice or finches, but also a wonderful way to experience nature up close. In this article you will learn all about the best food for wild birds and how you can support them both in summer and winter.

Summer feeding for wild birds:

During the warm months, life is rich in food sources for blackbirds, titmice and sparrows. However, you can play an important role by offering them a varied selection of treats. Be sure to place feeders and feeding stations in shady areas to protect the food from direct sunlight.

Popular summer feeders are: 

  • Insects: Insects such as mealworms, crickets or even shrimps are a nutritious delicacy for many birds.
  • Fruits: Dried fruits such as aronia berries, rowan berries and hawthorn berries are a vitamin-rich addition to the diet.
  • Nuts and kernels: Unsalted nuts such as sunflower seeds, peanuts and hazelnuts without shells provide a valuable source of energy even in summer. They are important feed for the parents when rearing young animals.

Winter feeding for wild birds:

In the cold season, wild birds can struggle with fewer food sources. Your support is therefore especially needed. Choose food that is rich in fats and proteins to help the birds survive the cold.
Place feeders in wind-protected locations and clean them regularly to prevent the spread of disease.

Popular winter feeders are: 

  • Fat food: Special fat blocks or balls are ideal to provide the birds with much needed energy.
  • Dried fruits: Raisins and dried berries such as aronia berries, rowan berries or hawthorn berries offer our native bird species a sweet and vitamin-rich food option.
  • Seed mixes: Choose mixtures with a high proportion of sunflower seeds for a nutritious meal. Seeds such as hemp, millet or cereals can also be included to provide food for the widest possible range of native birds.
  • Insects: these protein bombs are also welcome in winter and are usually the first to be cleaned. That's why mealworms, crickets and brown shrimps are a must.

What do wild birds like most?

Wild birds are as diverse as their preferences. While some will go for seeds, others may prefer insects or fruit. A varied food selection will ensure that a wide range of species visit your garden. Experiment with different types of food and observe what attracts the birds most.

Feeding wild birds such as woodpeckers, jays and nuthatches is a rewarding activity that not only supports the birds but also gives you a deeper connection with nature. Remember that regular cleaning of feeders and a continuous supply in both seasons are of great importance. Become a helper of your feathered friends and experience the beauty of bird life first hand!