Wild Bird Food

You love watching and listening to the beautiful birds that come to your garden on a daily basis. To make these feathered visitors feel welcome, you can carefully curate your backyard with lovely wild bird feeders like the squirrel-resistant Perky-Pet Triple Tube Bird Feeder. It can be filled with several types of wild bird food to attract all different types of colorful birds. So what do wild birds eat, exactly? Let's check out some of Chewy's favorites. Encourage delightful birds to flock to your garden with Kaytee Basic Blend Wild Bird Food. This classic bird feed includes a variety of grains to attract a wide range of birds any time of year. It can be used in a hopper, large-tube or covered fly-through feeders. This food will attract an array of wild backyard birds. Brown's Bird Lover's Blend No Waste Blend Wild Bird Food is a 100% edible food made with high oil and fat content. It's a delicious blend packed with over 50% shelled peanuts and sunflower hearts. Get ready to attract nature's most colorful feathered friends to your backyard with this wild bird food. You could also try Wagner's Southwest Regional Blend Deluxe Wild Bird Food. It's specially formulated for the songbirds of the Southwest. Expect a flurry of visitors like Cardinals, Chickadees, Finches and Blue Jays. This is a tasty birdseed combination of 25% black oil and striped sunflower seeds and high-quality grains. It's the perfect blend for tube, hopper or platform feeders. Your hummingbirds will be singing a lovely tune with Kaytee Electro Nectar Hummingbird Food. It's scientifically developed with electrolytes to reproduce the flower nectar that Hummingbirds would find in the wild to sustain their very active lifestyle. It's naturally clear and free of additives for hydrating and highly nutritious daily energy. Birdwatching is a rewarding hobby and perfect for gardens of all sizes. Make your backyard bird-friendly with hearty wild bird food, wild bird suet food and enticing bird feeders. Shop the best wild bird food and wild bird feeders here on Chewy.com today! Related Products: Cockatiel and Cockatoo Food, Parakeet Food, Finch and Canary Food, Lovebird Food, Conure Food, Dove and Pigeon Food, Parrot and Hookbill Food, Chicken Food, Bird Food

Frequently Asked Questions About Wild Bird Food

Does wild bird food attract other animals?

Wild bird food can attract other animals, so choose your bird food type wisely and consider an animal-proof feeder if you are concerned. Hanging bird feeders, pole feeders and baffles can help keep rodents and other wildlife out of your wild bird food, and choosing certain varieties of bird seed may help deter wildlife, as well.

Where should I put wild bird food?

You should put wild bird food in an appropriate feeder for the type of bird food you have. Choose a feeder suited to the feeding habits of the wild birds in your area and put it in an area where the birds will be safe from predators as they dine. Avoid hanging bird feeders near windows to reduce the risk of a collision.

Should I leave wild bird food out?

You should leave wild bird food out if you want to attract lots of wild feathered friends to your yard! Feeding the birds can bring your family enjoyment and help support the birds during times when food is scarce. Just be sure to clean your bird feeding areas regularly and feed the right types of food for the area and season.

What is the best kind of wild bird food?

The best kind of wild bird food will depend on the season, your geographic area and the types of birds you want to attract. Sunflower birdseed is good for many kinds of wild birds and tends to be relatively inexpensive, while nectar is necessary if you want to feed hummingbirds in your yard. Seed and grain blend birdseed is another popular choice for wild birds or try mealworms to give your birds a nutritious treat. Suet can provide an important food source in the winter, and there are many kinds of block bird food you can use without a feeder. Look up the favorite foods for birds in your area and experiment to see what works best.