Sunflower heart chips for birds
Sunflower heart chips for wild birds are actually kibbled sunflower hearts. They are loved by all birds and ideal for use in feeders, tables or scattered on the ground. Birds with smaller or softer beaks can eat and digest them easier than hearts. This makes them ideal for feeding during spring and summer months when fledglings are in abundance.
Always ensure water is available when feeding sunflower heart chips to birds.
What are sunflower heart chips?
Sunflower chips are a great energy and protein source of bird food for wild birds. They may not be as pretty as our whole premium sunflower hearts, but be assured they contain exactly the same nutrients and goodness – and the birds will go wild for them! They’re a wonderful all year-round feed for many garden birds.
Like our sunflower hearts, the husk has been removed so there is no waste in your bird feeders or on the ground. Additionally the seed will not propagate, so there will be no unsightly growth under your feeders.
If you’re looking to attract any of the following birds to your garden, sunflower heart chips will be a hit with:
Why are sunflower hearts good for birds?
Sunflower Hearts are packed with healthy oils, protein and have a high energy content (high calories) which makes them great for birds in all weathers and stages of life. They are also packed with plenty of nutrients to help fledglings and chicks grow. If you’re looking to attract a wide variety of birds to your garden, our quality sunflower hearts are a great choice.
Sunflower chips are much softer than black sunflower seeds. The outer husk on a black sunflower seed is often hard for birds to crack through, whereas the spongy, soft sunflower heart is a much more versatile alternative.
Seasonal bird feeding
Fun fact: During the winter months, sunflower hearts provide birds with extra energy and can help them to keep warm!
Sunflower hearts 25kg and 13kg
Our high-quality sunflower heart chips are available as 25kg and 13kg sacks. All prices include next day delivery, so you can start to feed the birds in your garden immediately!