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  • A complementary food for wild birds with a plastic hook at the top suitable for placing around the garden.
  • This Hi-Energy Wild Bird Berry suet log is suitable for all year round feeding for garden birds
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Hi-Energy Berry Suet Log

Regular price £2.95
Regular price Sale price £2.95
Size

Ideal for

Blackbird, Song Thrush, Robin, Wren, Dunnock, Great Tit, Blue Tit, Coal Tit, Long-Tailed Tit, Greenfinch, Chaffinch, Siskin, Starling, House Sparrow, Great Spotted Woodpecker

Hi-Energy Wild Bird Berry suet log is suitable for all year round feeding.

A complementary food for wild birds with a plastic hook at the top suitable for placing around the garden.

Approximately 420g.

Composition: Cereals, Oils & Fats, Seeds, Minerals, Wild Berry flavour.

Not for Human consumption.
May contain traces of nuts.
Wash hands after handling.
Please keep packaging away from pets and children. Store in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight.

Customer Reviews

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Mina Caulfield
Haiths Suet Logs

Good Heavens! My opinion of these unbelievably wonderful bird-attracting suet logs! - Well, they are incredible! They must contain magnetic bird attractors as the garden is so full of flying feathers! I really can't keep up with their appetites this year (what on earth are putting into them?) As I look through the window two blackbirds are busy fighting each other for one log (they can't get at the other two - the starlings have monopolised them!) It doesn't seem to matter if I hang up the plain or the berry varieties - I hang them up, and by the next day there is an empty hanger on the branch. Keep up with your great products at Haiths - the bird population would give you a medal if they could! Mina C

Hello Mina, what can we say, thank you for the lovely comments. It's great to hear that your wild birds love our suet logs. Sounds like they are bringing you a lot of entertainment in exchange for their food.

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Elaine Reeve
All Birds Love These

"When we couldn't get the plain blocks with dried meal worms anymore, we wondered how these would fare. All the birds big n small come down to feed on this. Great success!"