The warmer months our garden birds need more protein to keep them strong and active in the heat. As well as sourcing their own natural foods such as worms and insects, providing protein rich alternatives is a great way to keep them fueled in between or when supplies are low. Don't worry, birds will always prefer to get their own natural foods before tucking into the foods in our feeders!

Summer Foods for Birds

The warmer months our garden birds need more protein to keep them strong and active in the heat. As well as sourcing their own natural foods such as worms and insects, providing protein rich alternatives is a great way to keep them fueled in between or when supplies are low. Don't worry, birds will always prefer to get their own natural foods before tucking into the foods in our feeders!

12 items selected

  1. Muesli with Mealworms (2.5kg)
    £7.99 As low as £6.99
  2. Freeze-Dried Mealworms (100g)
    £10.99 As low as £8.99
  3. Premium Kibbled Sunflower Hearts
    • The birds just love these smaller bite size pieces.
    • Smaller pieces are easier and quicker to eat, enabling birds to feed more efficiently.
    • This food is available in a number of pack sizes.

    from £9.99

  4. Dried Mealworms

    from £2.49

  5. Premium Kibbled Peanuts

    from £9.99

  6. Live English Waxworms

    from £2.49

    • 30 years experience in biodiversity
    • Supporting Wildlife Partners across UK and Europe
    • Foods produced from our Shropshire factory
  7. Duck and Swan Sprinkle Food

    from £3.99

  8. Naked Rolled Oats

    from £7.49

  9. Live Mini Mealworms

    from £4.99

    Out of stock
  10. Live Mealworms

    from £5.49

    Out of stock
  11. Suet Pellets with Peanuts (12.75kg)
    • Palm Oil Free - more sustainable than competitors.
    • 98% of our customers would buy again!
    • Made in the UK at our Shropshire factory
    £31.99 As low as £29.99
    Out of stock
  12. Garden Bird Peanut Butter Starter Pack
    £14.99 £16.99
    Out of stock
The warmer months our garden birds need more protein to keep them strong and active in the heat. As well as sourcing their own natural foods such as worms and insects, providing protein rich alternatives is a great way to keep them fueled in between. Ensure whole peanuts are provided in mesh feeders so small birds and fledglings do not choke whilst trying to consume them.