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Wild Bird Diet

Know what visiting birds to your garden eat or drink by making use of my wild bird diet plan; it includes cheap healthy snacks to bird food that has effective health benefits.

Published 28th August 2020

Can wild birds eat pears

Wait until fruit eating wild birds visit your garden as these will be the likely contenders to feed on a cut open pear, providing its accessible and easy to find.

Published 1st July 2020

How to make bird suet

To create a quick and easy, yet cheap homemade suet for wild birds, you'll only require 250g lard, 250 bird seed - plus 250g of oats to combine.

Published 4th June 2020

Do wild birds eat bananas

Bananas are a source of vitamins and fibre to wild birds so are incredibly good for them, so its encouraged you try to feed a banana to garden birds.

Published 2nd June 2020

Can birds eat dog food

Serve up dog food to wild birds if you must as it has natural value; try gravy soaked dog food or make use of the dried kind while crushing it up.

Published 27th August 2019

What birds eat nyjer

All types of birds will take to eating nyjer seeds; amongst them are Tits, Sparrows or Robins, with use in the bird feeder or on the ground.

Published 5th August 2019

Is it bad to feed birds?

It is bad to feed birds in your garden if you only provide poor nutritional value food, care less about hygiene well not attracting predators.

Published 4th August 2019

What do Robins eat

Robins are ground feeding birds so will take to eating earthworms, snails or spiders, well they eat fruit, peanuts, seeds and high in fat foods.

Published 3rd August 2019

When do birds eat from feeders

Wild birds eat from feeders all year long, weather permitted; and that's if they already eat from them, as it takes time for birds to show up.

Published 29th July 2019

Can wild birds eat cheese?

Feed high in fat mild grated hard cheeses to garden birds; grating makes it easy to eat for all birds, well Cheddar is the go to variety.

Published 8th July 2019

Feeding birds bread

If you're feeding birds bread once in a while, then that's fine. Large quantities would take its tell on all wild birds health with lack of nutrients.