Mealworms is good for Wild Birds. It provides a nutritious treat for many insect eating garden birds, can be fed all year but particularly great during the breeding season.
Suitable for use on bird tables and for ground feeding.
Will appeal to robins, blue tits, finches, treecreepers, wagtails and wrens Blackbird, Blackcap, Blue Tit, Coal Tit, Dunnock, Goldfinch, Great Tit, Great Spotted Woodpecker, House Sparrow, Long-Tailed Tit, Nuthatch, Robin, Siskin, Starling, Tree Sparrow, and more.

Mealworms are 100% natural and filled with high quality essential vitamins required by birds in their everyday activities.

PROTEIN-RICH, FULL OF ENERGY – Dried Mealworms are an excellent source of protein and energy for wild birds, each 100g contains roughly 470 calories.

FEED AS PART OF A HEALTHY, BALANCED DIET – Dried Mealworms are a perfect snack for wild birds, containing high percentages of Protein and fat, mealworms are the perfect energy boost for younger birds.

NUTRITIONAL INFO – Protein 53.0%, Fat 29.0%, Fibre 8.0%, Moisture 5.0%, Ash 5.0%

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.These Live Mealworms are the larvae of the Tenebrio Molitor Beetle. Their diet is vegetarian which makes them safe to feed to wildlife and they consist of 50.4% crude protein and are suitable for insect-eating birds such as Robins, tits and House Sparrows.

Post time: Oct-10-2022