Feeding birds is one of Britain's most popular pastimes; in a recent survey, it revealed that two thirds of people regularly feed birds. Attracting birds into your garden not only helps environmental conservation, but also helps with pest control, weed control and can even help to reduce stress.
It's important for us to feed birds throughout the year, however during colder spells birds rely on us as natural wild bird food sources dwindle. Small birds in particular need to obtain between ¼ and ? of their body weight in food every day. To help birds thrive we have a wide range of tasty treats to keep them in top condition.
Suet is a staple part of many garden birds diet, the saturated fats are ideal for birds and it contains essential energy and vitamins whilst remaining hard and solid, perfect for garden owners that wish to keep their ground seed free. Suet is especially popular with smaller birds such as tits, finches, sparrows and robins, it can even attract rare birds such as tree creepers, goldcrests and blackcaps. This suet log is mixed with mealworms; not only are they delicious, mealworms offer a great source of protein and nutrition.