Foods for Fledglings

11 items selected

  1. Peanut Cake Square Supreme
    €3.25 As low as €2.75
  2. Box of 50 Ultimate Fat Balls with insects
    • Supplied without nets making them safer for birds and wildlife and more environmentally friendly.
    • This Fat Ball is an undisputed favourite food of tits and robins!
    • Each Fat Ball with insects weighs approximately 95 grams.
  3. Dried Mealworms
    • Dried Mealworms are welcomed by a variety of species in your garden and contain all the protein without the wriggle.
    • Do your bit to help by providing a reliable source of protein-rich food such as dried mealworms.
    • One species that will be really appreciative is the Robin.

    from €2.95

  4. Twist & Feed - Sunflower Seed Mix
    €3.45 €3.95
  5. Peanut Butter for Birds - with Nuts
    €2.95 As low as €2.55
  6. Peanut Heart for Birds
    €4.95 As low as €4.45
    • 35 years experience in biodiversity
    • Supporting Wildlife Partners across Ireland and Europe
    • Ireland's Leading Wildlife Care Specialists
  7. Hi-Energy No Mess
    • This has been our bestselling and most popular food since 1999.
    • All ingredients have been de-husked, so there will be no-mess and no weeds.
    • Our unique recipe will appeal to the vast majority of garden bird species all year round!

    from €6.95

  8. Freeze-Dried Mealworms (100g)
    €12.95 As low as €11.95
  9. Premium Kibbled Sunflower Hearts
    • The birds just love these smaller bite size pieces.
    • Smaller pieces are easier and quicker to eat, enabling birds to feed more efficiently.
    • This food is available in a number of pack sizes.

    from €12.95

  10. Kibbled Peanuts - Bird Food

    from €12.95

  11. Gourmet Small Bird Mix
    • Nutritionally balanced mix
    • Bite-size pieces to allow smaller birds a safe and quick meal
    • Seeds will not grow if split or dropped

    from €13.95

A great way to help young birds and their busy parents is to provide supplementary food. A feeder filled with food can help give busy parents give the energy they need to keep going, and allows them to feed all natural food that they find to their young. Newly fledged birds will mean demand for food will be high, so providing a variety of seeds such as kibbled peanuts and sunflower hearts and live foods will help to keep up with demand.