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Quality Wild Bird Food

We stock a wide range of nutritious and delicious bird food designed to attract a wide variety of bird species to your backyard.

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What are the different types of wild bird food?

Sunflower Seeds

These are a great standard food if you want to cater to a variety of wild bird species. They can come in three forms:
Striped Shells These have a thick outer shell that can be difficult for some birds to penetrate and they typically have a lower calorie content than other types of sunflower seeds.
Black Shells – These have a thinner shell and a higher fat and calorie content.
Sunflower Hearts (No Shell) – These are typically considered your best option as they have a much higher nutritional content and no shell, meaning that birds don’t waste any energy when eating them.


Peanuts are one of the most popular bird foods due to their high calorie and protein content. They are also relatively cheap and don’t have a shell that birds have to get through first. Because of this, peanuts are popular with a wide range of bird species including Finches and Tits.

Fat / Suet Products

There’s a big range of fat and suet products on the market, with different ingredients added making them another incredibly popular choice of wild bird food. Whilst the extra fat and calories are great during the winter months, it’s recommended you stop giving fat or suet products to birds in those warmer months.
Some of our best selling fat / suet products include:
  1. Fruit & Berry Suet Pellets
  2. Wild Bird Suet Pellets
  3. High Energy Fat Balls
  4. Bucktons Suet Pellets

Nyger Seeds

Nyger seeds are very fine and are loved by bird species such as Goldfinches. Because of its small size, Nyger seeds typically require a specialist feeder with smaller holes.


Mealworms are a great source of protein for wild birds and are loved by bird species such as Robbins and Dunnocks. This is a great alternative food source during those summer months when it’s recommended you stop using suet or fat products.