Sunflower seeds for birds
Our sunflower seeds for birds in bulk will always attract a large variety of birds and happen to be a firm favourite of wild birds such as finches, starlings, tits and robins.
Of course, if you manage to attract any of these beautiful birds with your new tasty sunflower hearts, don’t forget to log your sightings in our Birdspotter App!
Our sunflower hearts bird food is bakery grade, of the highest quality and is among the lowest priced in the UK. Buy in bulk from our shop, and have them delivered free tomorrow!
Sunflower hearts as bird food
Our sunflower hearts for birds are an easy seed to feed and are incredibly versatile.
As the sunflower husks are removed, it means the wild birds will eat it all, so no mess is left behind! They can be fed from a bird seed feeder, bird table or scattered on the floor for ground eating birds.
What are the benefits of sunflower hearts and sunflower seeds?
Although marginally more expensive to purchase than other regular wild bird seed products, buying sunflower seeds for birds in bulk can be more cost efficient. The following advantages of sunflower hearts and sunflower seeds will be apparent:
- No mess, no grow sunflower hearts
- Loved by a great variety of wild garden birds
- Can be fed in multiple ways
- Birds are able to feast on them far quicker – a distinct advantage in winter and the nesting season
- Cheaper than our competitors
Why are sunflower seeds important for birds?
Sunflower hearts are generally the top of the list when it comes to the best things to feed to wild birds.
There are several good reasons to choose sunflower when you want to give your feathered visitors a much-needed boost to their year-round nutrition, in an easy to digest form. For one thing, sunflower seeds are good for birds due to the fact they are a high-energy source. This can be particularly vital to keep them moving in the winter months, but generally gives them
If you need any further proof that sunflower seeds are a bird “super food”, keep in mind how beneficial they are to humans too! Dietitians recommend them as a highly nutritious form of protein that can boost your skin health and help you to fight cancer!