Mealworms For Birds

Our range of nutritious protein-packed mealworms for birds and calciworms for birds are perfect for many garden birds. Especially blackbirds and robins. Expect to also see starlings, wrens, dunnocks, song thrushes and house sparrows flock to your garden – especially when you mix them with regular seed combinations.

Read our blog on the best ways to use meal worms as bird food.

Dried and Live Mealworms For Birds

Our tasty live mealworms offer your garden birds the freshest treat possible, whilst dried mealworms and calciworms for birds can be re-hydrated easily with a sprinkle of warm water.

Dried mealworms and dried calciworms are easy to store, and can be kept indefinitely. They are also ideal for anyone who’s squeamish about handling live mealworms.

Who Eats Them

There are plenty of birds in the UK that love to snack on meal worms. Some of the birds are common, and others you might spot from time to time. Here’s a full list:

How To Feed Them To Birds

You can try our specially designed feeders or we suggest sprinkling them onto your feeder table on top of some bird seeds, soaking them in warm water for a few minutes to re-hydrate them. This will make it a much more enjoyable feeding experience for the wild birds in your garden.

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Our large range of wild bird seed mixes meet all of your wild bird needs. Our pricing is very competitive, and we also offer free next day delivery on any order placed before 13:00 Monday to Thursday.

Our mixed bird seeds are the result of 30 years of continuous research, meaning we have some of the best quality mixes on the market. They meet all of the essential bird feeding requirements and are perfect for all year bird feeding.

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