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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 £2.95 Sale price £2.95

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

Based on 6 reviews
leslie young
Berry suet blocks

A well visited treat in my garden.

Thank you Leslie, it's great to hear that the Berry Suet blocks are popular in your garden.

Puzzled :(

I usually offer suet balls all year round and they disappear very quickly but thought I'd give these a try. I have a very wide selection of visitors to my garden from blue, great and long-tailed tits, gold and green finches and robins to jackdaws and green parakeets offering a variety of feeds from sunflower hearts, peanuts and suet and I have offered the suet logs for a couple of months and had very little or no interest at all. They have dried hard and had to be thrown away. However, I will keep the rest of them back now until the winter time when there is less natural food on offer and expect to have much more interest. Review to be updated then.

Hello Amanda, thank you for the review. Our feathered friends do like to keep us guessing, don't they? Keeping them back until the weather sounds like a good idea and hopefully, they will appreciate them more when there is less food available.

Who, me?
It's suet, what's not to love?

Or so say the birds! Don't think they care about colour or whether it's with berries or mealworms, it's eaten with relish regardless. 420g makes for great value, especially when on offer. Recommend.

Thank you for your review. It's great to hear that the suet logs are going down well in your garden.

Jillian Smith
O.k. But..

I have found that a few split four ways when taken out of not to happy. The plain seem to be better never had them split.birds still love them if on ground or hanging..

Hello Jillian, thank you for the review. I will pass this on to our production manager to look into.

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.