Canary seeds come from a species of cultivated annual grass, and are widely used for bird feeding.
Canary seed for birds comes from a type of cultivated grass, and can be fed as a straight seed to garden birds or mixed with other seeds. Canary seed as a garden bird food will be eaten by most species of finch and including Siskin, species of bunting such as Reed bunting, plus House sparrows. Canary seed can be fed from a tube feeder, or placed on a bird table or ground tray. The Canary seed for birds that we sell is grown here at Vine House Farm, with this ensuring first class quality and the reassurance that you’re buying direct.
What are canary seeds?
What birds like canary seeds the most?
Species of finch including Siskin like Canary seeds, plus most species of bunting and also House sparrows.
What are the health benefits of canary seeds?
Canary seeds are higher in protein than most other types of cereal grain, with protein being especially important in ensuring birds have strong feathers.
What is the best bird feeder for canary seeds?
Any type of normal tube feeder for bird seed is suitable for Canary seeds. A ground tray can also be used for Canary seed for birds.