Lyric Woodpecker No Waste Mix Wild Bird Food
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About This Item
- Made with nuts, whole kernel corn, dried fruit and more for a natural combination that woodpeckers love.
- This mix is crafted as a tasty treat for woodpeckers but is also suitable for other wild birds too like jays, nuthatches, chickadees and more.
- 100% free of shells and hulls so birds can enjoy the mix without letting anything go to waste.
- Offers the protein and fat that wild birds need to stay healthy and strong.
- Proudly made in the USA with the natural ingredients birds need and crave.
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25 Customer Reviews
best no waste blend I've found so far
This has great ingredients, including the fruit that I was looking for. I have one redheaded woodpecker, a pair of cardinals, a pair of squirrels, and numerous small birds that love to eat this mix from my hanging tray feeder every day. I gave it 4 stars because it could have a little less corn. All the birds and even the squirrels will gobble everything else first but leave most of the corn to the last in the feeder.
Waste of money
Thought I would treat my Downy's and Flickers to some really special food this time, and they won't touch it! Won't eat it even if I take the cheap Menard's food away! So much for quality costs more! Maybe they are just "too country" for the "high falluting" stuff? Haha
This food is ok but not a favorite of my birds. It is the last to be eaten. The pieces are quite large, perhaps too large for many of the small birds that come to feeder. I bought it for lure my woodpeckers to the feeder. They like Kaylees fruit and nut (high waste) better, or the insects under the tree bark. Fine tunes has smaller sized pieces and is waste free.
Great mix & good value
My Flickers and White-headed Woodpeckers only eat Peanut or Bluebird Nuggets and No-Melt Suet, but the Acorn Woodpeckers, Mountain Chickadees, White-breasted and Pygmy Nuthatches, Steller's Jays and Black-headed Grosbeaks (and, of course, Grey Squirrels, Ground Squirrels and Rabbits) love it. A really good mix of nuts and shelled Sunflower seeds with a small amount of cracked corn
Woodpeckers yes, but others too
My little birds and all the others love this food. I get quite a crowd every day.
Birds love it
I only have 1 feeder out, right now. And this seed is waste free and many different birds just love it!
Great woodpecker mix
Woodpeckers, nuthatches, chickadees, wrens and the titmouse love this food. No waste makes it easy for a no mess yard.
Birds Love it
The number of birds frequenting my mountain home has increased since adding Lyric Woodpecker mix to my offerings. I have several species of birds not to mention at least five woodpecker varieties.
I was looking for a product sold in larger bags ie 20lbs or more to feed backyard animals squirrels chipmunks deer and birds. Here it is deer like it too.
Like many others I have been watching birds while quarantined. I tried all sorts of brands before finding Lyric. This is the gold standard of bird seed. No fillers, no junk, just wholesome and easily recognizable ingredients. The birds' favorite is the Lyric Fine Tunes. It must have been on sale when I bought it at about $1/lb. For my next autoship order, the price had more than doubled - not just here but every I could find it online. I tried the Woodpecker blend, the Chickadee blend, and the sunflower seeds without shells. Here in Indiana, my flock ranked them in this order: 1. Fine Tunes 2. Woodpecker 3. Chickadee 4. Sunflower seeds As soon as I put out the Woodpecker blend, our woodpecker flew to the feeder and started chowing down. I will keep this in the rotation. Recommend.