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Mealworm Feeders

Here at Really Wild Bird Food we have a wide range of different mealworm feeders, so whether you’re using live mealworms or dried, there’s a perfect feeder for you.

Birds LOVE insects, and mealworms are a natural food choice for wild birds. Mealworms are a fantastic source of energy and protein, making them both nutritious and delicious! If you’re using live mealworms it’s important that you use the right feeder. Live mealworms will wriggle and crawl, so it’s important to choose a suitable feeder.

If you need any advice on choosing the right feeder, contact us today and our team will answer your questions.

A mealworm feeder is a great choice for those looking to give wild birds a nutritious and high-energy snack. Don’t forget to stock up on mealworms for today with Really Wild Bird Food.

Choose one of our mealworm bird feeders from the selection below:

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Why Offer Mealworms?

Mealworms are a great source of nutrients for wild birds, but they also contain a lot of water. This makes them an especially great offering during the colder months when other water sources are scarce. 

Here at Really Wild Bird Food, we offer live mealworms and wax worms as well as dried mealworms that can be mixed into other birdseed selections for a nutritional boost!

If you have any questions about our mealworm feeders, or if you'd like to find out more about the benefits fo mealworms, check out our FAQ section. Alternatively, you can contact us with your questions via email.

Mealworm Feeders FAQs

  • What kind of feeder do you use for mealworms?
  • The answer to this question can vary depending on whether you’re feeding live mealwormsordried mealworms. Live mealworms crawl, so it’s best to use a feeder that can keep them contained, ideally with smooth sides and high walls.

    Dried mealworms are a bit easier to deal with – in fact, dried mealworms are commonly included in bird seed mixes and can be dished out in typical bird seed feeders.

  • How do you store live mealworms?
  • Despite the misleading name, mealworms aren’t actually worms, they’re darkling beetles in their larval stage. Storing them in this stage can be difficult, with even the slightest change in temperature accelerating their metamorphosis.

    Store your mealworms in a cool, dry place. Use a wide container so they’re not stacked too high – this will allow heat to dissipate and prevent overheating/suffocation. We’d recommend using glass or plastic since mealworms can chew through cardboard and wood.

    At room temperature, mealworms can last about 4 weeks without food. If you want your live mealworms to last longer, you can store them in the warmest part of your fridge. The cold temperatures cause the mealworms to go dormant; mealworms stored in this way can last up to 10 weeks.

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