Suet Bird Food

With our high energy “Bird Grub”, you will attract a wider variety of birds visiting to find Suet Bird Food. You will be amazed to see what comes in to feed, including Barbets, Robins, Hoopoes, Hornbills, Bulbuls, the list goes on. Our “No Penny Pinching Filler” policy extends to our high energy bird food, and keeps wild birds coming in for their daily treats. Our Suet feeders are hand made and decorated by us. They make great gifts and will enhance any garden.


What should you not feed wild birds?

Bread (fresh or stale): provides no real nutritional value for birds; moldy bread can harm birds. Chocolate: toxic to birds, just as it is to dogs and cats (it contains theobromine); never offer birds any foods containing chocolate. Table scraps: some may not be safe or healthy for birds; most table scraps will attract mice or rats.

What is birds favorite food?

Favorite Foods: Black oil sunflower, striped sunflower, sunflower hearts & chips, millet, safflower, cracked corn, peanuts, milo, mealworms, fruit, and suet.

What time of day do birds feed?

Birds have to eat in the morning and evening, in contrast to mammals, who can store fat reserves to be utilized during extreme conditions, the birds have to eat enough every day to make it through a night of cold.

Do birds eat banana peels?

Birds, in theory, can eat bananas peels but bananas peels contain cellulose, cellulose can not be digested by birds. Also, banana peels can be dangerous to birds because the peels will likely be coated with a layer of pesticides. Pesticides are toxic to birds, they can cause reproductive issues and even death.

What food kills birds?

Avocado, Caffeine, Chocolate, Salt, Fat, Fruit pits and apple seeds, Onions and garlic, Xylitol.

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