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Niger seed (also known as thistle seed or nyjer seed) is a tiny, oil-rich seed that has special oil releasing properties. It is best fed alongside other popular bird foods, like sunflower hearts and seed mixes. While several wild bird species eat niger seed, it is a favourite with members of the finch family and is favoured by Goldfinches, Siskins and Redpolls. Due to their small size, niger seeds for birds are best fed in a specially-made niger seed feeder. These have smaller ports than other kinds of bird feeders, meaning the tiny seeds can be held in place while garden birds eat them. Buy niger seed in 4kg, 6kg, 13kg, 25kg and 50kg bags. Every purchase supports the work of The Wildlife Trust.

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Niger seed (also referred to as nyger seed and thistle seed) is a tiny, black seed that is grown in parts of Africa, particularly Ethiopia.  It comes from the Guizotia Abyssinica flower and has oil releasing properties. 

It is known to be a favourite of finches, particularly Goldfinches, due to the shape and structure of their beaks. These have evolved to extract seeds from the heads of thistles and teasels. The pointed bill of Goldfinches are able to not only hold niger seeds -- which are a similar size to thistle seeds, but they can also fit inside the tiny hole of niger seed feeder ports. 

Niger seed is a highly nutritious type of wild bird seed, containing proteins, oils and soluble sugars. This means it is a great year-round wild bird food, providing vital nutrients and energy to Goldfinches and other members of the finch family.

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FAQ Title 1

What are the benefits of niger seeds?

FAQ Content 1

Niger seeds are particularly rich in oil and have a high nutritious content, which is why members of the finch family, such as Goldfinches love it. The oil in niger seeds helps to provide high, fast-release calories to birds, which helps birds to store fat and continue to survive during colder climes.

If you are an avid bird watcher and you want to attract finches -- especially Goldfinches -- to your garden, including niger seeds in your bird food selection can also be very beneficial. Another benefit of niger seeds for birds is that they are easy to feed, providing you use the proper feeder.

FAQ Title 2

How to feed niger seeds to birds

FAQ Content 2

You can buy specially-designed niger or nyjer feeders which are an ideal way to feed niger seeds to garden birds. They are made to hold niger seeds -- which are very small -- in place while making them easily accessible to birds.

To avoid mess from falling seeds, opt for a niger feeder that includes a seed tray at the bottom. This will catch falling seeds and stop them from falling on the ground. This also provides birds with another opportunity to eat the seeds, rather than just from the feeding port. In this case, it is important that the tray is cleaned regularly, and all discarded husks are removed every day during this process. This prevents the husks from rotting -- which niger seed husks are prone to do quickly. Without the regular removal of these husks, salmonella poisoning becomes a risk.

When feeding niger seeds, ensure they stay dry. A weather guard can help to prevent rain from getting into the feeder, and can also be useful when feeding other types of seed, like sunflower seeds, millet, oats and crushed peanuts.

FAQ Title 3

Why are birds not eating my niger seed?

FAQ Content 3

If you are putting niger seed out for birds and you are finding that the seeds are not being eaten, there could be several reasons for this. The first could be that the seeds are too old. When niger seeds are fresh, they should be black. This means many of the vital nutrients usually present in niger seeds for birds will be missing; if seeds are no longer black they may be dried out, which means they contain less oil. Birds eat seeds for these oils and will be less inclined to feed on them if they are missing from them.

Another factor could be that your birdseed is wet. This is an issue for birds for several reasons. The first is that seeds can clump together when they become damp, which can block feeder ports and stop birds from being able to access them. Secondly, although this may not stop birds from feeding on the seeds themselves, wet seeds can be dangerous. This is because the dampness encourages certain bacteria to grow which, if left, can lead to salmonella poisoning. To ensure your seeds are staying dry, purchase a bird feeder with a weather guard, or buy a separate weather guard to attach to your existing feeder. If seeds are fed in open areas, be sure to replace them once they are wet/frosty.

Another reason birds avoid niger seeds is because of the placement of the bird feeder itself, rather than what is inside it. Goldfinches naturally feed in open areas and will readily come to a niger seed feeder in the middle of a lawn or garden space.Another put-off for many timid birds is feeders that are too close to human activity. For instance, a feeder in a wide-open area near a main road, busy patios, or entrances to your home can prevent birds from wanting to eat from it. Instead, place feeders in areas with some coverage, such as under branches, or near bushes and as far away as possible from areas with a lot of movement or noise.

FAQ Title 4

What do niger seeds go well with?

FAQ Content 4

If you want to feed a range of wild birds, you should include a range of sources in your selection of bird food. As well as niger seeds, you can also feed birds other straight foods, seed mixes, suet, live food, and peanuts.

Our most popular bird food products include:

-Sunflower hearts (these are black sunflower seeds with the outer husk removed)

-Suet pellets

​-Suet fat balls

-Mixed bird seeds

-Live mealworms

FAQ Title 5

What birds do niger seeds attract?

FAQ Content 5

Niger seeds are particularly popular with members of the finch family, including Goldfinches, Siskins and Redpolls.

The following birds will eat niger seeds:

​-Goldfinches

-Siskins

-Redpolls

Other species will only feed on niger seed if they are fed from a bird table, feeding tray or from the ground, as they cannot extract niger from the tiny ports of a niger seed feeder. These include:

-Greenfinches

-Chaffinches

-Bullfinches

All prices in our catalogue and on our website include delivery; there are no hidden extra costs. Orders received by 3pm Monday to Friday will be dispatched on that day using a next working day delivery service. Therefore an order placed on Tuesday morning should be delivered on Wednesday and an order placed on Friday will be delivered on Monday.

We don't deliver on Saturdays or Bank Holidays. We offer a no sigature delivery service; simply advise us where to leave your bags.

Live food orders and orders less than 1kg in weight will come by Royal Mail.

If you have not received your order within 7 working days please contact us on 01775 630208.

We now deliver to all of mainland UK and Northern Ireland with no extra delivery charge. Please note that some postcode areas that are classed as Scottish Islands and Highlands may take 2-3 working days to arrive. For deliveries outside of these areas a £10 charge will be applied.
Postcode areas affected include HS, IV41 – IV49, IV51, IV55 and IV56, KA27 and KA28, KW15 to KW17, PA20, PA41 to PA49, PA60 to PA78, PH42 to PH44, ZE, Isle of Man

We are unable to deliver to the Republic of Ireland or the Channel Islands.

  • Yvonne Mcvie

    100%

    Our goldfinches and Siskins love this.

    15/08/2022
  • Harold Paul

    100%

    The goldfinches and siskins love the Nyger seed.

    04/08/2022
  • Mr philip Poole

    100%

    These seeds are beloved of goldfinches in this neck of the woods… Worcester, no hint of starlings or magpies! They are especially welcome with my dear old mum in a local care home. She thinks they must have escaped from an aviary and l have done nowt to disabuse her of this concept. The seeds are very small and light so are best placed in the feeders on non windy days. The farm get these deliveries out asap and l am always impressed.

    01/08/2022
  • Anthony Braithwaite

    100%

    Very good food - effective in attracting Goldfinches, and in winter, Siskins and Redpolls. Pretty good for suburban NE London!

    30/07/2022
  • Margaret Wheller

    100%

    The Goldfinches love this seed and they are bringing their little ones now too. Lovely to watch.

    11/07/2022
  • Anonymous

    100%

    All seems fine. I would like to know on the website how the different sizes are packaged as I would prefer to buy things in aper packaging rather than the non recyclable packaging that is used sometimes.

    25/06/2022
  • Tony Croft

    100%

    Good value and great quality. Speedy delivery too.

    10/06/2022
  • Richard Ensor

    100%

    Excellemt service ad usual!

    07/05/2022
  • Alison Richard

    100%

    Vine House Farm niger seed is of very high quality and lacks most of the debris you get in other brands. The goldfinches, redpolls and siskins love it!

    03/05/2022
  • Guest

    100%

    Birds love it. Fast delivery.

    19/04/2022
  • Kate Cann

    100%

    Fresh, glossy & plump - and endless charms of goldfinches!

    11/04/2022
  • Val Wells

    100%

    First time I have used this company. The birds are loving this seed.

    08/04/2022
  • Bernard Millard

    100%

    My birds love your niger seed. Sadly one of the bags of niger, I ordered two ,was broken thankfully it was in the larger bag of finch food .Made a bit of a mess

    08/04/2022
  • Mark Fairhurst

    100%

    First rate seed , consistent from bag to bag

    04/04/2022
  • Jack Startin

    100%

    Good quality, good price, free delivery. What more could you want!

    31/03/2022
  • Anonymous

    100%

    Great product. at a good price. Over time this has attracted a lot of birds - goldfinches ( of course) but also siskins, greenfinches , chaffinches . In fact other finches too as well as woodpigeon when the other feeders are dry. There is a lot of leakage onto the ground which can’t be avoided really and does allow more birds to feed at one time.

    24/03/2022
  • Mrs anne Smith

    100%

    Loved by the many goldfinches which are visiting our garden daily.

    22/03/2022
  • Mrs penelope Giles

    100%

    Had to buy a larger quantity this order as the goldfinches enjoy their Niger seed so much.

    22/03/2022
  • Anonymous

    100%

    Excellent quality Niger seed from Vine House Farm. The seed is very fresh, clean and shiny and the goldfinches love it. There's far less waste than with seed I've had from other suppliers. Will buy again.

    21/02/2022
  • Terry Bush

    100%

    31/01/2022
  • Chris Baker

    100%

    You can never be quite sure what will happen if you add a new food or new feeder. Birds have to find it, like that food and so on. But it went well for us - after a few days we have a flock of goldfinches visiting.

    20/01/2022
  • Anonymous

    100%

    excellent quality, delivered very quickly - free delivery

    19/01/2022
  • David Cole

    100%

    Easy to buy and on time as usual

    19/01/2022
  • Alison Nolan

    100%

    Good quality seed, delivered quickly

    12/01/2022
  • Mrs christine Miles

    100%

    Our gold finches and siskins are loving this. Excellent service as usual from Vine House Farm. Highly recommended.

    12/01/2022
  • Christopher Kirkman

    100%

    14/12/2021
  • Anonymous

    80%

    The goldfinches had already taken to this seed so it was a no-brainer. Very quick delivery and eco-packaging.

    13/12/2021
  • Anonymous

    100%

    Excellent quality Niger Seed that our Goldfinches love

    19/10/2021
  • Anonymous

    100%

    Great product and great supplier

    12/10/2021
  • Mr john Porter

    80%

    Flows well through the feeders. Goldfinches are choosy, they will go for the Niger seed except when sunflower hearts are available.

    07/10/2021
  • Jack Startin

    100%

    Excellent product. Speedy no fuss delivery.

    16/08/2021
  • Peter Lord

    100%

    Good product and efficiently delivered

    06/08/2021
  • Anonymous

    100%

    Not actually tried it myself but the Goldfinch can’t get enough of it!

    05/08/2021
  • Brian Duckworth

    100%

    We now have many more goldfinches.Very good quality seeds

    03/08/2021
  • Guest

    100%

    We have been buying from this company for some time good product and reliable service I’m always recommending to other people

    02/07/2021
  • Anonymous

    100%

    Good quality seed and the Goldfinches are loving it.

    28/06/2021
  • Wendy Burnett

    100%

    I usually put the Niger Seed on my allotment and is very well received by the users.

    25/06/2021
  • Rick Keen

    100%

    Great stuff We now get loads of different finches in our garden

    07/06/2021
  • Anonymous

    100%

    Loved by the Goldfinches , and importantly very easily cleaned .

    20/05/2021
  • Lorna Lomas

    100%

    The finches love it. Very good quality clean seed.

    19/05/2021
  • Linda Goddard

    100%

    Quick delivery. Good quality seed. Attracting Redpolls now!

    18/05/2021
  • Anonymous

    80%

    This seems fine.I am not sure how to rate Niger seed really!

    15/05/2021
  • Anonymous

    100%

    Brilliant company, UK grown, free delivery. Top quality bird feed. I’ve used em for years.

    13/05/2021
  • Lynda Crowley

    100%

    Good quality seeds supplied promptly.

    21/04/2021
  • David Wragg

    100%

    Excellent product excellent service

    20/04/2021
  • Philip Walker

    100%

    Good seed, excellent service as usual

    20/04/2021
  • Guest

    100%

    I bought these seeds to attract our local goldfinches. They visit the teasel in our garden but struggle this time of year. Also with the fast sinking father in law in a care home this coronavirus time they can help. He spends days looking out of the window and he will be fascinated to see these feathered marvels when they appear when l place a feeder outside that window. The Niger seeds also attract green finches and l hope to see one or two bull finches.

    27/03/2021
  • Guest

    100%

    Great product, Goldfinches and Siskins love the seed. Easy to order, quick delivery and love that this company donates to the Wildlife Trust.

    26/03/2021
  • Kenneth Boardman

    100%

    Entirely satisfactory

    15/03/2021
  • Sarah Jenkinson

    100%

    11/03/2021

Niger seed (also referred to as nyger seed and thistle seed) is a tiny, black seed that is grown in parts of Africa, particularly Ethiopia.  It comes from the Guizotia Abyssinica flower and has oil releasing properties. 

It is known to be a favourite of finches, particularly Goldfinches, due to the shape and structure of their beaks. These have evolved to extract seeds from the heads of thistles and teasels. The pointed bill of Goldfinches are able to not only hold niger seeds -- which are a similar size to thistle seeds, but they can also fit inside the tiny hole of niger seed feeder ports. 

Niger seed is a highly nutritious type of wild bird seed, containing proteins, oils and soluble sugars. This means it is a great year-round wild bird food, providing vital nutrients and energy to Goldfinches and other members of the finch family.

All prices in our catalogue and on our website include delivery; there are no hidden extra costs. Orders received by 3pm Monday to Friday will be dispatched on that day using a next working day delivery service. Therefore an order placed on Tuesday morning should be delivered on Wednesday and an order placed on Friday will be delivered on Monday.

We don't deliver on Saturdays or Bank Holidays. We offer a no sigature delivery service; simply advise us where to leave your bags.

Live food orders and orders less than 1kg in weight will come by Royal Mail.

If you have not received your order within 7 working days please contact us on 01775 630208.

We now deliver to all of mainland UK and Northern Ireland with no extra delivery charge. Please note that some postcode areas that are classed as Scottish Islands and Highlands may take 2-3 working days to arrive. For deliveries outside of these areas a £10 charge will be applied.
Postcode areas affected include HS, IV41 – IV49, IV51, IV55 and IV56, KA27 and KA28, KW15 to KW17, PA20, PA41 to PA49, PA60 to PA78, PH42 to PH44, ZE, Isle of Man

We are unable to deliver to the Republic of Ireland or the Channel Islands.

  • Yvonne Mcvie

    100%

    Our goldfinches and Siskins love this.

    15/08/2022
  • Harold Paul

    100%

    The goldfinches and siskins love the Nyger seed.

    04/08/2022
  • Mr philip Poole

    100%

    These seeds are beloved of goldfinches in this neck of the woods… Worcester, no hint of starlings or magpies! They are especially welcome with my dear old mum in a local care home. She thinks they must have escaped from an aviary and l have done nowt to disabuse her of this concept. The seeds are very small and light so are best placed in the feeders on non windy days. The farm get these deliveries out asap and l am always impressed.

    01/08/2022
  • Anthony Braithwaite

    100%

    Very good food - effective in attracting Goldfinches, and in winter, Siskins and Redpolls. Pretty good for suburban NE London!

    30/07/2022
  • Margaret Wheller

    100%

    The Goldfinches love this seed and they are bringing their little ones now too. Lovely to watch.

    11/07/2022
  • Anonymous

    100%

    All seems fine. I would like to know on the website how the different sizes are packaged as I would prefer to buy things in aper packaging rather than the non recyclable packaging that is used sometimes.

    25/06/2022
  • Tony Croft

    100%

    Good value and great quality. Speedy delivery too.

    10/06/2022
  • Richard Ensor

    100%

    Excellemt service ad usual!

    07/05/2022
  • Alison Richard

    100%

    Vine House Farm niger seed is of very high quality and lacks most of the debris you get in other brands. The goldfinches, redpolls and siskins love it!

    03/05/2022
  • Guest

    100%

    Birds love it. Fast delivery.

    19/04/2022
  • Kate Cann

    100%

    Fresh, glossy & plump - and endless charms of goldfinches!

    11/04/2022
  • Val Wells

    100%

    First time I have used this company. The birds are loving this seed.

    08/04/2022
  • Bernard Millard

    100%

    My birds love your niger seed. Sadly one of the bags of niger, I ordered two ,was broken thankfully it was in the larger bag of finch food .Made a bit of a mess

    08/04/2022
  • Mark Fairhurst

    100%

    First rate seed , consistent from bag to bag

    04/04/2022
  • Jack Startin

    100%

    Good quality, good price, free delivery. What more could you want!

    31/03/2022
  • Anonymous

    100%

    Great product. at a good price. Over time this has attracted a lot of birds - goldfinches ( of course) but also siskins, greenfinches , chaffinches . In fact other finches too as well as woodpigeon when the other feeders are dry. There is a lot of leakage onto the ground which can’t be avoided really and does allow more birds to feed at one time.

    24/03/2022
  • Mrs anne Smith

    100%

    Loved by the many goldfinches which are visiting our garden daily.

    22/03/2022
  • Mrs penelope Giles

    100%

    Had to buy a larger quantity this order as the goldfinches enjoy their Niger seed so much.

    22/03/2022
  • Anonymous

    100%

    Excellent quality Niger seed from Vine House Farm. The seed is very fresh, clean and shiny and the goldfinches love it. There's far less waste than with seed I've had from other suppliers. Will buy again.

    21/02/2022
  • Terry Bush

    100%

    31/01/2022
  • Chris Baker

    100%

    You can never be quite sure what will happen if you add a new food or new feeder. Birds have to find it, like that food and so on. But it went well for us - after a few days we have a flock of goldfinches visiting.

    20/01/2022
  • Anonymous

    100%

    excellent quality, delivered very quickly - free delivery

    19/01/2022
  • David Cole

    100%

    Easy to buy and on time as usual

    19/01/2022
  • Alison Nolan

    100%

    Good quality seed, delivered quickly

    12/01/2022
  • Mrs christine Miles

    100%

    Our gold finches and siskins are loving this. Excellent service as usual from Vine House Farm. Highly recommended.

    12/01/2022
  • Christopher Kirkman

    100%

    14/12/2021
  • Anonymous

    80%

    The goldfinches had already taken to this seed so it was a no-brainer. Very quick delivery and eco-packaging.

    13/12/2021
  • Anonymous

    100%

    Excellent quality Niger Seed that our Goldfinches love

    19/10/2021
  • Anonymous

    100%

    Great product and great supplier

    12/10/2021
  • Mr john Porter

    80%

    Flows well through the feeders. Goldfinches are choosy, they will go for the Niger seed except when sunflower hearts are available.

    07/10/2021
  • Jack Startin

    100%

    Excellent product. Speedy no fuss delivery.

    16/08/2021
  • Peter Lord

    100%

    Good product and efficiently delivered

    06/08/2021
  • Anonymous

    100%

    Not actually tried it myself but the Goldfinch can’t get enough of it!

    05/08/2021
  • Brian Duckworth

    100%

    We now have many more goldfinches.Very good quality seeds

    03/08/2021
  • Guest

    100%

    We have been buying from this company for some time good product and reliable service I’m always recommending to other people

    02/07/2021
  • Anonymous

    100%

    Good quality seed and the Goldfinches are loving it.

    28/06/2021
  • Wendy Burnett

    100%

    I usually put the Niger Seed on my allotment and is very well received by the users.

    25/06/2021
  • Rick Keen

    100%

    Great stuff We now get loads of different finches in our garden

    07/06/2021
  • Anonymous

    100%

    Loved by the Goldfinches , and importantly very easily cleaned .

    20/05/2021
  • Lorna Lomas

    100%

    The finches love it. Very good quality clean seed.

    19/05/2021
  • Linda Goddard

    100%

    Quick delivery. Good quality seed. Attracting Redpolls now!

    18/05/2021
  • Anonymous

    80%

    This seems fine.I am not sure how to rate Niger seed really!

    15/05/2021
  • Anonymous

    100%

    Brilliant company, UK grown, free delivery. Top quality bird feed. I’ve used em for years.

    13/05/2021
  • Lynda Crowley

    100%

    Good quality seeds supplied promptly.

    21/04/2021
  • David Wragg

    100%

    Excellent product excellent service

    20/04/2021
  • Philip Walker

    100%

    Good seed, excellent service as usual

    20/04/2021
  • Guest

    100%

    I bought these seeds to attract our local goldfinches. They visit the teasel in our garden but struggle this time of year. Also with the fast sinking father in law in a care home this coronavirus time they can help. He spends days looking out of the window and he will be fascinated to see these feathered marvels when they appear when l place a feeder outside that window. The Niger seeds also attract green finches and l hope to see one or two bull finches.

    27/03/2021
  • Guest

    100%

    Great product, Goldfinches and Siskins love the seed. Easy to order, quick delivery and love that this company donates to the Wildlife Trust.

    26/03/2021
  • Kenneth Boardman

    100%

    Entirely satisfactory

    15/03/2021
  • Sarah Jenkinson

    100%

    11/03/2021

FAQS

What are the benefits of niger seeds?

Niger seeds are particularly rich in oil and have a high nutritious content, which is why members of the finch family, such as Goldfinches love it. The oil in niger seeds helps to provide high, fast-release calories to birds, which helps birds to store fat and continue to survive during colder climes.

If you are an avid bird watcher and you want to attract finches -- especially Goldfinches -- to your garden, including niger seeds in your bird food selection can also be very beneficial. Another benefit of niger seeds for birds is that they are easy to feed, providing you use the proper feeder.

How to feed niger seeds to birds

You can buy specially-designed niger or nyjer feeders which are an ideal way to feed niger seeds to garden birds. They are made to hold niger seeds -- which are very small -- in place while making them easily accessible to birds.

To avoid mess from falling seeds, opt for a niger feeder that includes a seed tray at the bottom. This will catch falling seeds and stop them from falling on the ground. This also provides birds with another opportunity to eat the seeds, rather than just from the feeding port. In this case, it is important that the tray is cleaned regularly, and all discarded husks are removed every day during this process. This prevents the husks from rotting -- which niger seed husks are prone to do quickly. Without the regular removal of these husks, salmonella poisoning becomes a risk.

When feeding niger seeds, ensure they stay dry. A weather guard can help to prevent rain from getting into the feeder, and can also be useful when feeding other types of seed, like sunflower seeds, millet, oats and crushed peanuts.

Why are birds not eating my niger seed?

If you are putting niger seed out for birds and you are finding that the seeds are not being eaten, there could be several reasons for this. The first could be that the seeds are too old. When niger seeds are fresh, they should be black. This means many of the vital nutrients usually present in niger seeds for birds will be missing; if seeds are no longer black they may be dried out, which means they contain less oil. Birds eat seeds for these oils and will be less inclined to feed on them if they are missing from them.

Another factor could be that your birdseed is wet. This is an issue for birds for several reasons. The first is that seeds can clump together when they become damp, which can block feeder ports and stop birds from being able to access them. Secondly, although this may not stop birds from feeding on the seeds themselves, wet seeds can be dangerous. This is because the dampness encourages certain bacteria to grow which, if left, can lead to salmonella poisoning. To ensure your seeds are staying dry, purchase a bird feeder with a weather guard, or buy a separate weather guard to attach to your existing feeder. If seeds are fed in open areas, be sure to replace them once they are wet/frosty.

Another reason birds avoid niger seeds is because of the placement of the bird feeder itself, rather than what is inside it. Goldfinches naturally feed in open areas and will readily come to a niger seed feeder in the middle of a lawn or garden space.Another put-off for many timid birds is feeders that are too close to human activity. For instance, a feeder in a wide-open area near a main road, busy patios, or entrances to your home can prevent birds from wanting to eat from it. Instead, place feeders in areas with some coverage, such as under branches, or near bushes and as far away as possible from areas with a lot of movement or noise.

What do niger seeds go well with?

If you want to feed a range of wild birds, you should include a range of sources in your selection of bird food. As well as niger seeds, you can also feed birds other straight foods, seed mixes, suet, live food, and peanuts.

Our most popular bird food products include:

-Sunflower hearts (these are black sunflower seeds with the outer husk removed)

-Suet pellets

​-Suet fat balls

-Mixed bird seeds

-Live mealworms

What birds do niger seeds attract?

Niger seeds are particularly popular with members of the finch family, including Goldfinches, Siskins and Redpolls.

The following birds will eat niger seeds:

​-Goldfinches

-Siskins

-Redpolls

Other species will only feed on niger seed if they are fed from a bird table, feeding tray or from the ground, as they cannot extract niger from the tiny ports of a niger seed feeder. These include:

-Greenfinches

-Chaffinches

-Bullfinches

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