Live Mini Mealworms for garden birds
Blackbird, Song Thrush, Robin, Wren, Dunnock, Great Tit, Blue Tit, Coal Tit, Long-Tailed Tit, Greenfinch, Chaffinch, Siskin, Starling, House Sparrow, Collared Dove, Great Spotted Woodpecker
Ideal for delicate insectivorous birds such as Wrens and Robins.
Part-grown mealworms - ideal for feeding small insectivorous wild birds, like Wrens and Robins. Especially suitable for nestlings and fledglings.
Live mealworms are excluded from click & collect as they come direct from the UK supplier.
Mealworms are delivered by Royal Mail separately from seed orders to ensure they arrive in a healthy condition. We only despatch Live Foods to UK Mainland addresses. As all live foods are delivered by Royal Mail, we are unable to accept delivery instructions (i.e. if out please leave in the shed etc).
The garden birds will thank you for feeding healthy, protein-rich live food by coming back to your garden bird feeders for more.
"Well, these mealworms do what they should do - wriggle when warm and hibernate when in the fridge. The problem is that ""my"" birds bring their fledglings to the feeding station where they eat the sunflower hearts and suet pellets but they all ignore the mealworms. I've tried feeding them from a robin feeder and a dish on the ground but to no avail. So, 3 stars for being wriggly & I'll update my review if/when the birds start eating them."
'Hello Jenster,Many thanks for your feedback, we greatly appreciate it. I am very sorry that this has happened, however sometimes if you are already feeding the birds certain foods then they will be used to them. With the mealworms, it may take a little while for the birds to get used the mealworms. If you would like to discuss this further, then please do not hesitate to contact us.Kind regards,Best wishes,Haith's '
"These were great for my Robin as she had 3 chicks to feed..good quality will be reordering.."
"Do you have tame blackbirds and robins? You have now. But... be prepared to put your hand in your pocket, as these mini mealworms will soon go."