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Live & Dried Mealworms for Birds

Available live or dried, our British-bred mealworms and wax worms will provide your garden birds with the vital nutrients they need to flourish.

Here at Really Wild Bird Food, we supply live mealworms and wax worms in a range of tub and feeding sizes, allowing you to provide a nutritious food source for your garden birds. We also offer freeze-dried mealworms in case you'd prefer not to deal with live, wriggling worms! (Dried worms are also great for adding to our seed mixes.)

While mealworms are a favourite of hungry robins, they are also a great food choice for blackbirds, thrushes, pied wagtails and more. In order to provide the best feeding option for your wild birds, mealworms - especially live mealworms - should be fed from unobstructed dishes that provide a clear view of the food source. Luckily, we provide a selection of specially-designed feeders in our product range, along with an array of feeding stations.

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Live Wax Worms
Live Wax Worms Easily digestible and very nutritious
£6.76
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Live Mealworms
Live Mealworms British Born and Bred Live Mealworms!
£6.95
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Live Mini Mealworms
Live Mini Mealworms British Born and British Bred Mini Mealworms
£7.50
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Mealworm Suet Pellets
Mealworm Suet Pellets - Free Delivery! Best selling high energy digestible fat
£9.00
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Deluxe Robin Crumble With Mealworms Deluxe Robin Crumble With Mealworms A Gourmet Treat for Your Garden Birds - packed with calories and taste!
£9.95
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Nutritious Mealworms & Wax Worms

Both mealworms and wax worms are an extremely beneficial food choice for your local bird population, providing a source of water and protein that is essential for both adult and fledgling birds. Oftentimes, birds nesting in gardens will lay fewer eggs and fledge fewer young than those living in natural woodland sites – this is likely due to the lack of mature, native trees. The absence of this habitat means that birds are not provided with the insects needed to feed their young, resulting in the reduction often witnessed in garden populations. However, you can help by providing some juicy mealworms of your own for the birds to feast on!


Do you have any questions about storing and caring for your live mealworms? Check out our FAQs section, or simply contact us with your questions via email.
Robin
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