Attract a variety of wild birds to your garden with these high protein, high calorie treats.To make these treats even tastier, soak them in water overnight to rehydrate them, then put them on your bird feeding table.
Before we as a species destroyed many of the natural habitats for the birds’ more traditional feeding fodder, newly hatched chicks would be dining on caterpillars or similar creepy crawlies. By adding this bird feed to your feeding table or ground feeder, you’re ensuring that you keep both adult birds and baby beaks happy and well fed. This wild bird food is perfect for giving the adult birds gathering in your garden the high energy they’ll need.
Decide between a wide variety of bag sizes dependant on how much you need, then sit back and watch those lovely little birds flock to your garden feeder.
Bird Types: Blackbird, Blue Tit, Chaffinch, Coal Tit, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Great Tit, House Sparrow, Robin, Starling, Wren
Suitable Feeder Types: Ground Feeding, Table
Please note: the 1kg bags of Dried Mealworms are delivered as 2 x 500g
Key Ingredients: Mealworms
Allergy Note: Made in a factory that also handles nuts.
- 3 sizes available; Choose between a 200g, 500g, or 1kg bag
- Entice wild birds; Ideal for attracting a variety of wild birds to your garden
- Versatile; This bird feed can be used on a feeding table, or on a ground feeder
- High energy; Mealworms have a high calorie and protein content;
- All year round; Wild bird food perfect for year round feeding
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Happy Beaks Kingfisher Green Powder Coated Squirrel Guard Feeder for Fat Balls, Wild Garden Bird Fat Ball Cage by – Reduced To Clear
Feed your feathered friends safe in the knowledge that the food is protected from squirrels with this innovative powder coated squirrel guard fat ball feeder. Constructed from powder coated metal mesh, this feeder is perfect for holding suet fat balls, cheese, fruit and even kitchen leftovers.
This feeder’s simple, but clever design helps you to keep inviting those birds back. Fat balls are loved by many birds, from the smallest of tits to the largest of starlings. Thanks to the size of fat balls it is possible to include a mix of different foods, such as mealworms, seeds and nuts, giving wild birds a varied and balanced diet. Suet fat balls are an ideal winter feed but are also suitable for all types of wild birds for all year-round feeding.
The high-quality metal construction is durable and the mesh squares allow birds to take as little or as much as they like. The specialist squirrel guard allows birds to happily feed without the worry of squirrels stealing their tasty treats. This feeder has a 4 x 100g fat ball capacity, allowing more time between refills and comes complete with an easy to lift lid, which allows for easy access whilst refilling. Simply fill, hang on a branch or feeding station with the convenient, built-in handle and keep the birds returning to your garden all year around.
- No fuss hanging; The feeder has a built-in handle allowing you to hang it up
- Easy to open lid; Comes with a lift-lid for easy and convenient filling
- Attracts wild birds; Perfect for inviting many birds such as tits, robins and starlings
- Versatile; Perfect for suet fat balls, fruit and even kitchen leftovers
- Squirrel guard; Special guard to protect the bird feed from pesky squirrels
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Facebook will now let group administrators start charging £4.99 to £29.99 a month for exclusive membership in certain groups, the company announced today in a blog post. Parenting, cooking, and home cleaning groups will be the first ones to get the new feature as part of an early test.
As it stands now, free groups will remain intact, but they will soon have the option to launch premium sub-groups. For instance, lifestyle blogger Sarah Mueller’s Declutter My Home group is starting an Organize My Home group that costs £14.99 a month to join.
And the Grown and Flown Parents group is making a College Admissions group that charges £29.99 for access to college counselors.
While in the past, Facebook groups have always been free, charging for a membership might heighten the sense of exclusivity and make a group feel more special to be in. A paywall may also just drive more people away.
Facebook says the new feature is so that group admins, who put a lot of time and dedication to growing their communities, can also earn money at the same time. The company also says admins could take the money they earn to create higher-quality content for the group as well, whether that be more posts, videos, or offline meet-ups and events.
For now, the feature is still an experiment on mobile and Facebook won’t be getting a cut of the subscription fees.
As part of standard App Store and Play Store policies, Apple and Google will be taking a percentage of user subscriptions fees via iOS and Android, however.
Still, this is just the beginning for Facebook’s efforts to monetize groups, which, unlike the News Feed, does not rely on advertising.