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Brown's Bird Lover's Blend Trail Mix Woodpecker & Songbird Wild Bird Food, 5-lb bag

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Description

Brown's Bird Lover's Blend Trail Mix Woodpecker & Songbird Wild Bird Food has everything a trail mix should, but it's made especially for woodpeckers and songbirds like cardinals, blue jays, chickadees and nuthatches. This fruit and nut blend features chunks of papaya and pineapple with raisins, coconut shreds, sunflower seeds and an assortment of premium shelled nuts. These ingredients are rich in fats and protein to attract all native woodpecker species along with colorful songbirds. Squirrels are sure to stay away with the added secret ingredients of hot pepper seeds and Cajun spices.

Key Benefits
  • This blend is a magnet for all native woodpecker species, and it will keep them coming back to your feeders throughout the year. Songbirds like cardinals, blue jays, chickadees, and nuthatches will love it too!
  • Jam-packed with the foods they love so there is less outdoor mess and cleanup, which makes it more economical too
  • They’ll love the natural ingredients such as shelled almonds, cashews, peanuts, and sunflower seeds…ingredients that are rich in fats and protein
  • Luscious raisins, papaya, pineapple, and coconut are added to create a rich blend they’ll crave
  • Added spicy chili peppers and Cajun spices, seldom found in ordinary bird food mixes, to keep the squirrels away
Precautions

Manufactured in a facility that processes peanuts and other tree nuts.

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  • Item Number
    94641
  • Feeder Type
    Platform, Tube
  • Farm Animal Type
    N/A
  • Bird Type
    Wild Bird, Cardinal, Chickadee, Jay, Nuthatch, Woodpecker
  • Food Form
    Seed & Grain Blend
  • Special Diet
    High-Protein, High Fat
Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Striped Sunflower Seeds, Corn, Peanuts, Mixed Feed Nuts, Flaked Peas, Dried Papaya, Dried Pineapple, Raisins, Dried Cranberries, Dehydrated Mealworms, Dehydrated Blueberry, Wheat Flour, Sugar, Corn Starch, Sunflower Oil, Apple Cider Vinegar, Colors Added (Red 40, Yellow 5 & 6) and Sulfur Dioxide (a preservative).

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein14.0% min
Crude Fat25.0% min
Crude Fiber15.0% max
Moisture12.0% max
Feeding Instructions

Food: High - energy wild bird foods such as suet and specialty blends are specially designed to meet the energy needs of wild birds during the cold months Water: Natural sources of water may not be readily available to wild birds. Provide fresh water daily and birds will flock to your feeding areas. Shelter: Birds need a safe place to rest. Provide nesting boxes and natural cover to help birds escape the weather and predators.

Rating: 3.2 of 5 stars 4 Reviews 4 Reviews 3.2 out of 5 Stars

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Does Not Deter Squirrels & Etc.

    By FuzzyKittens on Mar 18, 2021

    While this is a wonderfully rich, high-quality bird food it does not deter squirrels, possums or coons and I subtract one star for that. I still have to take my feeder inside every night & wake up & put it back outside, argh! I left it hanging outside one night & woke up to complete bird feeder desecration, had to buy a new feeder. But the birds LOVE it & I've noticed increased birdsong too. However, once you offer up this bird feed your birds will not easily go back to the cheaper, millet-filled brands. I ran out & put out run of the mill, cheaper seed for them & they staged a revolt!!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Birds love it

    By LynnFL on Mar 4, 2018

    Great mix. It attracts lots of birds and they seem to love it.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Not Sure

    By Anonymous2 on Jan 8, 2017

    Not sure about this product.... I have many (too many) wild birds feeding everyday and 6 feeding stations set up. I only feed in the winter (Upstate NY harsh winters). When changing out foods, I find most of the fruits are left behind, definitely the raisins, papaya and coconut, so I might just start making up my own blends. All the nuts are eaten. As with most blends, this does NOT keep squirrels away. The only sure way to do that is to feed them separately - I give them corn, black oil sunflower and whole peanuts in the shell from the grocery store. I only have about 5 of them so I can keep up with it, plus the cardinals, jays and doves like eating from the ground feeders as well. As always Not sure about this product.... I have many (too many) wild birds feeding everyday and 6 feeding stations set up. I only feed in the winter (Upstate NY harsh winters). When changing out foods, I find most of the fruits are left behind, definitely the raisins, papaya and coconut, so I might just start making up my own blends. All the nuts are eaten. As with most blends, this does NOT keep squirrels away. The only sure way to do that is to feed them separately - I give them corn, black oil sunflower and whole peanuts in the shell from the grocery store. I only have about 5 of them so I can keep up with it, plus the cardinals, jays and doves like eating from the ground feeders as well. As always, Chewy.com is by far one of the very best companies to do business with! … more

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Extremely disappointed

    By Aggie13 on Jan 16, 2017

    The squirrels in Missouri LOVED this product. I was rather frustrated that I purchased this item specifically to keep the squirrels away. I should have kept my money and lay out the Planters Deluxe nut can.

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