Bird Fruit Feeders

Browse through our beautifully decorated bird fruit feeders. Our terracotta range are works of art, and equally our Baobab feeders are inspired by nature!

Feeding birds fruit is a good alternative for attracting birds that don’t visit seed feeders. Fruit can be offered in our hanging feeders. Try orange slices, diced fresh fruit such as apples, melons and grapes; or even dried fruit, such as raisins or currants.

Depending on the bird species, the ripeness of the fruit, and the type of fruit, birds might eat the flesh, sip the juice, or both. Small fruits can even be swallowed whole, and birds will visit fruit trees before they are fully ripe and as long as there are a few fruits available after the prime harvest season. On farms and orchards this can be a problem, since birds can easily damage crops before they are ripe enough to harvest. In bird-friendly yards, however, fruit is a great choice for feeding birds because it does not leave as many hulls and wasted debris as most types of birdseed. Planting fruit trees, berry shrubs, and other plants that produce fruit is a great way to feed birds on a budget.


What fruit do wild birds eat?

Fruits. Fruits without seeds, like berries, raisins, grapes and mashed bananas can all be offered to the wild birds on your fruit feeder – and they'll love them!

What is the most popular fruits that birds eat?

Apples, Cherries, Elderberries, Plums, Oranges, Mulberries, Crabapples, Concord grapes.

Do birds eat carrots?

Carrots are another vitamin-rich fresh food that is a favorite of many pet birds. Make sure to feed any carrots to your bird raw and uncooked, as they are healthiest in their raw, natural state.

Browse through the other products in the range of Bird Baths, Bird Feeders, Bird Food, Bird Seed, Bird Nectar Feeders, Bird Nesting Boxes and Suet Bird Food.