Wild Bird Seed
is a dried insect larvae product that provides an excellent high protein food source that will boost bird energy during cold winter days or during the nesting season. This is an earth-friendly “made in Canada” product produced by feeding larvae recycled food products as feed input. Nature’s Grubs® are all natural and have no preservatives, stabilizers or other additives.
Wild Bird Premium Mix
This mix is one of the few wild bird seed mixes on the market that actually contain canary grass seed. Canary grass seed will attract pine siskins, house and purple finches, towhees, mourning doves and native sparrows. In addition to canary grass, the mix also contains gold proso millet, white and red millet and black oil sunflower seed. It is a premium blend, super clean and a great mix for attracting a wide variety of birds to your feeders.
Wild Finch Mix
This mix is designed to attract finches to your feeder. It contains a mix of canary grass seed, canola seed, millet, nyjer™ and fine sunflower chips.
This is a premium mix with over 50% sunflower content. Sunflower is the top seed choice of seed eating birds. In addition to sunflower, the mix includes a high percentage of canary grass seed and canola seed for the finches. Millet and a very small amount of corn round out the mix ensuring that it will attract of very broad variety of birds.
This mix is called "Gourmet" Feeder blend because it offers top of the line ingredients to meet the discerning palettes of the pickiest wild birds. With it's high oil content, Gourmet Feeder blend provides a nutritious energy source for birds during cold winter days or during nesting season.
Skinless peanuts are a high calorie, high energy food source for wild birds.
Nyjer® (thistle) Seed
This seed is loved by finches of all types. The seed is sterilized and will not sprout under your feeder.
This blend contains premium quality skinless peanuts, an assortment of chopped tree nuts (including almonds, hazelnuts, walnuts, and brazil nuts), and suet nuggets. This is a mix that will attract chickadees, nuthatches, woodpeckers, jays, and grosbeaks.
No Mess Gardener's Mix
This mix is designed to attract a broad variety of birds but ensures that there is no mess after they visit. The seed ingredients in this mix do not have shells or husks and are guaranteed not to sprout in your garden.
Mountain Multi-bird Mix
This economically priced mix is designed to attract a broad spectrum of backyard birds with popular ingredients including: cracked corn, millet, black oil and striped sunflower and cereal grains.
Medium Sunflower Chips
Sunflower kernels with no shell that have been chopped into smaller size "chips" are a special treat. This is the ultimate food for birds as they do not have to expend precious energy to open the shell to get at the seed, it is there for them. It is also a "no mess" solution for backyard bird feeding as there are no shells to clean up under the feeder and little in the way of sprouting seed as the sunflower kernels have been chopped to prevent germination.
Full of a huge variety of ingredients, Mother Nature’s Epic Blend will be sure to attract a huge variety of birds to your feeder. Full of nutritious seeds of all sizes, this mix is best offered at a tray feeder that will accommodate both large and small birds alike. If you want to attract other wildlife like squirrels or chipmunks, offer this mix in the appropriate wildlife feeder for these animals.
Jay & Woodpecker Mix
This mix is designed to attract birds from the jay and woodpecker families. It contains a mix of whole in-shell peanuts and shelled peanuts, striped sunflower, coarse sunflower chips and whole corn.
Chickadee & Nuthatch Mix
This mix is designed to attract chickadees and nuthatches. It contains a mix of black oil sunflower, medium and fine sunflower chips and chopped tree nuts (including almonds, pecans, and walnuts).
Black Oil Sunflower
Pure black oil sunflower is the top choice of the majority of seed eating birds. High in oil content, this seed is an energy booster for wild birds at any time of the year.
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