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  • Garden bird food contains: Black Sunflower, Fine Oystershell Grit, Small Sunflower
  • Food for garden birds containing black sunflower and maize suitable for feeding from bird table or bird food feeder
  • An impressively popular, affordable selection of bird seeds suitable for year-round feeding to a wide variety of garden birds.
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Original Wild Bird Food

Regular price £2.50
Regular price £2.50 Sale price £2.50

Ideal for

Dunnock, Great Tit, Blue Tit, Coal Tit, Greenfinch, Chaffinch, Starling, House Sparrow, Collared Dove



Buy bird food in bulk from Haith's up to 20 kg


Our original wild bird food mix has worked in bird gardens since the 1960s. 

An impressively popular, affordable selection of bird seeds suitable for year-round feeding to a wide variety of garden birds. Our bird feed is ideal for ground and bird table feeding - as well as for use in bird seed feeders.

It's a great value, low-cost, everyday wild bird food that's SuperClean and safe for birds.

Don't be fooled by its affordability, though, it's still a Haith's SuperClean™ bird food and it contains high-energy sunflowers and wholegrain cereal for slow-release energy.

Key Ingredients: Black Sunflower, Fine Oystershell Grit, Small Sunflower

Please note: Our original wild bird food recipe changes from time to time depending on seasonal availability of seeds. 

Customer Reviews

Based on 36 reviews
Florence Woods

Good service.

Hello Florence, thank you for taking the time to write this review. This is lovely to read!

David Jackson

The food is great and the birds love it. Just a bit on the expensive side

Hello, thanks for your review, we'll pass this on to our team.

My birthday

Outstanding bird seed, just a shame Henry can’t wish me happy birthday 🥺

Hello Archie, thank you for your review.

Lynn Patterson
A good all round feed

The Sparrows and Wood pigeons really enjoy this food in the feeders and in the trays.

Hi Lynn, thank you for your lovely review.

Grahame Cooper
Great bird mix

Great mix with plenty of black sunflower seed Highly recommended AAA*****

Hi Grahame, many thanks for your great review.

What are the benefits of feeding wild bird food?

Winter can pose difficulties for birds as they search for their own sustenance, making the act of providing them with food particularly advantageous. This not only aids birds in locating nourishment, especially during harsh cold spells and helps to give them the energy they need to survive the harsh winter. They also benefit us as humans by giving us company and helping educate us about their natural behaviours.

Why is clean bird food better for wild birds?

By meticulously eliminating dust, waste husks, and extraneous substances, which, if present in bird food, can harm sensitive tissues and facilitate the entry of harmful pathogens, we're nearing the ability to quantify the significant improvement our diets offer, being free from dust, contaminants, impurities, and potential disease-causing agents.

We conduct unique testing on bird foods that, to the best of our knowledge, sets us apart from other bird food companies. The primary advantage for our feathered friends is the exceptional cleanliness of our

Can I buy wild bird food in bulk?

Yes, you certainly can, our quantities range from 500g all the way up to 40kg (two 20kg bags) at discounted prices.

Buy feed for wildlife in the Haith's sale

How can I feed UK garden birds on a budget?

We offer year-round discounts to support our customers in caring for their feathered companions while ensuring to provide healthy, clean and nutritious bird seeds and feeds. Be sure to regularly check our Sale page for great offers.

Wild bird food FAQs

What should I not feed wild birds?

Bread is the biggest no-go feeding option, bread can lead to birds feeling full quickly, potentially causing them to overlook nourishing food options.

How often should I put out wild bird food?

The general rule of thumb is to check your bird feeders every day and only put out enough food for up to two days. This in the long run will help you save money by seeing which seeds your feathered companions are drawn to. Checking the feeders daily can also help you to see if there are any clumps or spoilages of seed that need to be removed.

Should I feed wild birds?

By feeding wild birds you are single-handedly helping to aid the survival of birds and their young. Supporting garden birds can bring you just as much satisfaction as it does to them.