Nutritious support for the local wildlife!
Unlike household pets, wild birds need to forage and find their own food – so why not give them a helping hand? Here at zooplus we offer a great selection of wild bird food to help support any wild birds living in your garden or local area. This includes a great range of seeds and other accessories designed specifically to meet the needs of birds living in the wild.
What are the key benefits of the wild bird food available at zooplus?
The range of zooplus wild bird food has been created with your local wildlife in mind, offering the essential nutrition they need and could struggle to find in the wild. Putting out wild bird food can be particularly helpful during the winter months, when sustenance is harder to find. Here at zooplus we also offer specific winter wild bird food, as well as items such as fat balls that can help birds get everything they need to keep them nourished and safe during the winter months.
What kinds of wild bird food are available at zooplus?
At zooplus you will find a great selection of wild bird food, ideal for use throughout the year to keep your garden birds happy:
- Bird Seed: from sunflower seeds to peanuts, here at zooplus you will find all the bird seed you need to support the wild birds in your garden. This includes options for all-year feeding as well as energy-rich options that are a great choice during the harder winter months. The wild bird seed here at zooplus comes from top quality brands and is ideal for bird houses or bird tables.
- Fat Balls: fat balls can be life-saving for wild birds during the winter months, offering high-energy food including fats, grains and oils. You can also find options including tasty berries, with different packaging options such as with or without netting.
What else can I do to help the wild birds?
As well as providing tasty food, it can also be helpful to put out water for the wild birds, particularly during winter months when natural sources may be iced over or difficult to find. In the zooplus Magazine you can also find lots of handy tips on how to help the local birds in your garden!