Vine House Farm Bird Foods
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Dried mealworms provide a great source of protein without the wriggle! They offer all the same fat and protein as live mealworms but are freeze-dried. Dried mealworms can be fed on their own or are ideal when added to seed mixes. We recommend these freeze-dried mealworms are soaked in water prior to feeding during the breeding season, to ensure the young get some moisture.
Premium Sunflower Heart Seeds are the plumpest of black sunflowers with their husks removed. Loved by many wild bird species.
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Live mealworms are made up of 40% protein and 40% fat and have a high percentage of moisture which is vital for nestling birds.
This live food feeder prevents live food from wriggling away!
The Observer window feeder holds to glass using suction pads. Ideal for feeding seed and live food alike.
One of the easiest garden birds to identify. The male Blackbird is black with the females being brown.
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The largest member of the tit family, the Great Tit is easily recognised by its black and white head. They are woodland birds who have successfully adapted to garden life.
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The House Sparrow deserves its name as it often nests in buildings. These habits and the ability to exploit a wide variety of foods have resulted in the worldwide spread of the species. However the lack of holes in buildings for nesting and poor availability of insects on which they feed their young has resulted in a declining population in some areas of the UK.
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These brightly coloured small birds commonly found in many gardens and are one of Britain's favourite birds. The robin will take the juicy insects and worms as quickly as they appear. They are territorial and very aggressive in nature and have a ferocious appetite. Their brightly coloured red breast is their most attractive feature and for this reason the robin is seen on Christmas cards.
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The Starling is a gregarious and noisy bird with a talent for mimicry. They walk and run very hurriedly on the ground. They are still one of the commonest garden birds in the UK.
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