Sunflower hearts wild bird food.
Provide birds with the ultimate in high energy nutrition. Hearts are produced by removing the husks from black sunflower seeds which are rich in oil, so less mess in your garden and an easier meal for your birds.
Surprisingly, the more calories the better!
Garden birds use lots of energy in their daily activities. Foods rich in fats and oils will contain high calorie levels and it is these calories that provide them with the energy they need to breed, survive and thrive throughout the year.
So when it comes to bird food, the higher the calories, the better for your birds!
During winter a Blue Tit can spend up to 85% of the daytime feeding just to survive. By feeding sunflower hearts, time spent cracking open the black sunflower husk is eliminated, enabling birds to save valuable time and feed more efficiently.
When to feed:
All year round! Supplementary food in spring and summer ensures parent birds collect enough natural foods, such as caterpillars, to feed to their young.
How to feed:
Sunflower Hearts are extremely versatile and can be fed from a feeder, on a bird table or simply scattered on the ground.
This product may contain nuts.
Not for human consumption.