Stock update: Thankfully our supply of live mealworms is improving but due to the ongoing challenges we are having to limit customers to 2kg each. If this is insufficient for your needs we recommend topping up with Dried Mealworms (order today and save 25%). We continue to work hard to increase our stocks and apologise for any inconvenience caused. For the latest update on future stock availability, please call us on Freephone 0800 731 2820
These Live Mealworms are the larvae of the Tenebrio molitor beetle. Their diet is vegetarian which makes them safe to feed to wildlife.
They consist of 50.4% crude protein and are suitable for insect-eating birds such as Robins, tits and House Sparrows. All mealworms are securely packaged for delivery.
Our Live Mealworms are supplied in multiples of 100g trays and 500g paper sacks to ensure they reach you in excellent condition.
Your mealworms can be kept for several weeks under the right conditions. Please see About our Foods for full storage and care information.
If you would like to store your mealworms for longer, you can supply your mealworms with a source of food, please see Mealworm Food for more details.
Your live foods will be delivered by Royal Mail (1st class). If you have ordered other items, these will be delivered separately by our courier on our standard next day delivery service. Unfortunately guaranteed Saturday delivery is not currently available for live foods.
Protein is an important nutrient for garden birds throughout the year. In spring, they will be busy finding a home, building a nest, laying eggs and caring for young, which all put tremendous demands on parent birds. And in winter, it is more difficult for them to actually find natural sources of protein-rich caterpillars, bugs and worms. You can do your bit to help by providing a reliable source of protein-rich food such as live mealworms.
|Suitable Bird Type||Blue Tit, Great Tit, Coal Tit, Crested Tit, Greenfinch, Tree Sparrow, House Sparrow, Robin, Wren, Blackbird, Song Thrush, Starling, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Redstart|