High-Energy Extra™ Bird Food with Dried Mealworms
Blackbird, Song Thrush, Robin, Wren, Dunnock, Great Tit, Blue Tit, Coal Tit, Long-Tailed Tit, Goldfinch, Greenfinch, Chaffinch, Siskin, Starling, House Sparrow
Includes oil-rich, high-energy Sunflower Hearts, Black Sunflower and Dried Mealworms to offer extra protein throughout the bird feeding calendar.
High-Energy Extra delivers extra energy when birds need more help (cold weather/breeding season). Oil-rich, high-energy Sunflower Hearts, Black Sunflower, Dried Mealworms and micro-seeds provide extra energy, for lots of garden wild birds.
Please note: Bird seed recipes may change without notice in line with crop availability, but we'll always select a suitable seed replacement.
We have dozens of birds coming each day for this food which has proved very popular. It also means that I have to fill up two feeders every day but while I can manage I will continue. The downside is that it also attracts feral pigeons, sometimes up to a dozen, to sweep up the dropped seed. There are also a couple of grey squirrels that like the dropped seed as well so I have to grease the poles of the feeders to stop them climbing.
Hello Ross, thank you for your review, we appreciate your feed back, its sounds like this is a popular mix with all the birds and there is no waste.
Good mix of seeds. Everything gets eaten.
Hello Jane, many thanks for your review. It's lovely to hear that your garden birds devour the mix. It's one of our favourites too!
This product, when mixed with Huskfree Advance, seems to cater for every bird in our garden and the scattering by the ‘ messy eaters ‘ means that both the Robins and Blackbirds benefit as well!
A win win situation we reckon!!
We agree, definitely a win-win situation!
I can't praise customer service enough following failed delivery - I've still no idea where it ended up!
This was bought because it included mealworms, my birds love and need them. But, actually, there's not much mealworm but a lot of sunflower seeds & grain which my birds aren't eating. Itst trial & error but I'm just going to buy mealworms and suet as I know they'll eat them both, less wastage and useful without wasting money
Hello Jill, our birds do like to keep us guessing, don't they?
"Going down well with my regulars"