Peckish Peanuts For Wild Birds

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Peanuts are one of the most popular garden bird foods and will attract a wide variety of colourful birds into your garden. From the more common birds like Blue Tits and Chaffinches to the rarer Great Spotted Woodpecker and Nuthatch, Peckish Peanuts will fill your garden with colour and vitality. With food resources scarcer now, it is essential to feed garden birds all year round. Once you have started to feed the birds it is important to continue this and develop a routine, as the birds will become reliant upon your help. Put out feed at the beginning of the day to ensure that the birds can replace the energy that they have lost over night. It is best to have multiple feeding sites within the garden to prevent overcrowding. Moving them around regularly will prevent a build-up of droppings, which can spread disease and bacteria.

Key Benefits

Enjoy the following birds in your garden: Blue Tit, Bullfinch, Chaffinch, Coal Tit, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Great Tit, Greenfinch, House Sparrow, Nuthatch.

Product Information

Peckish Peanuts give garden birds plenty of energy and are guaranteed to attract a wide variety of birds into your garden. It is important in spring to only feed peanuts from a mesh feeder, as young birds are small and can choke on whole peanuts. All batches of Peckish peanuts are tested for Aflatoxins to ensure your garden birds receive only the highest quality.

Ingredients

Peanuts

Analysis

Energy Equivalent: 560 kcal per 100g

Instructions

How to Use:
To use in bird feeders, simply cut the bag along the line indicated and pour the peanuts into a feeder. To feed on bird tables cut the bag along the line indicated and scatter the peanuts across the table.

Hygiene:
Always ensure garden birds have plenty of fresh clean water for drinking and bathing.
Clean feeding and drinking areas regularly with a mild disinfectant.
Keep food fresh and dry, removing any wet food to prevent the spread of bacteria and diseases.

Feeding Guide

With food resources scarcer now, it is essential to feed garden birds all year round. Once you have started to feed the birds it is important to continue this, and develop a routine, as the birds will become reliant upon your help.

Put out food at the beginning of the day to ensure that birds can replace the energy they have lost over night. Food can be topped up mid-afternoon if necessary.

It is best to have multiple feeding sites within the garden to prevent overcrowding. Moving them around regularly will prevent a build-up of droppings, which can spread disease and bacteria.

Remember to place feeding stations away from cover to allow the birds to escape from cats and other predators.