High Energy Fledgling Mix™
- 2 kg Out of Stock
- 4 kg Out of Stock
- 8 kg Out of Stock
- 8kg ( 2 x 4kg) Out of Stock
- 15kg Out of Stock
- 30kg (2 x 15kg) Out of Stock
- 45kg (3 x 15kg) Out of Stock
- SUPERSAVER! 60kg (4 x 15kg) Out of Stock
Our totally delicious High Energy Fledgling™ bird seed mix is a blend of 'mini bites' which will be loved particularly by fledglings and little birds with mini beaks. A great choice for this time of year with youngsters everywhere! It is ultra-high energy, and is a great source of essential nutrients that give young fledglings the energy boost they need to take on the day.
Our high energy fledgling mix is also a 'no mess, won't grow' mix, so everything will be eaten.
High Energy Fledgling Mix™ comprises homegrown naked oats, premium sunflower heart chips (smaller bite size pieced of sunflower heart) peanuts granules, and delicious bite-size suet pellets (all in nibble-size pieces which are highly digestible) to give fledglings a real power start.
At a glance - reasons to try our new High Energy Fledgling Mix™
* Mini pieces make easy feeding for fledglings and adults with little beaks
* Highly Digestible
* Ultra High Energy
* Won't grow or sprout - so no mess and everything will be eaten
* It is delicious!
Your bird seed should be stored somewhere cool and dry. We recommend that it should be used within 5 months of purchase - just to make sure it stays fresh and nutritious for your garden birds.
Do you know you can buy our HE Fledgling Mix as part of our Pick ' N Mix selections? The best value way to buy a selection of smaller bags
Fledgling Bird Food FAQs:
- What’s the best bird feed for fledglings?
- What do baby birds eat in the wild?
Baby birds tend to eat the same things their parents eat, including insects, seeds, nuts, fruit, and earthworms.
- Is it OK to feed a fledgling?
If you find a fledgling that seems to be left all alone, we’d advise against picking it up straight away. Sometimes fledglings are being left to learn to fend for themselves, but are still being fed by their parents. If you take the fledgling straight away, the parents may return later only to find their baby gone!
Watch the fledgling for a few hours; if it does seem that the fledgling has been abandoned, then you can consider intervening. If you’d like to talk with our resident vet about caring for fledglings, reach out and contact us today.