Moulting: Old Feathers, New Feathers

In late summer, it feels like the birds have disappeared. There’s no song – the garden is quiet – and few birds can be seen. What’s more, when birds do appear, they can look quite strange – yellowish blue tits, blackbirds with speckled heads, brown-headed starlings. But there...

Insect Infestation Prevention

With warm weather, there is the the potential to have seed damaged by Indian Meal Moths. These moths occur naturally in Canada, as they do in most parts of the world. They and their larva live on starchy products such as cereals, grains, nuts, rice, dog food, biscuits and nuts. The adult moths start laying...

Selecting Top Quality Seed

Fresh Ingredients Freshness is one of the most important factors in defining the value of bird feed. The fresher the ingredients, the more likely the birds will eat all that you put into your bird feeder and less will be wasted. Clean/Dust Free Bird Seed Powder created during the processing of the feed...

Wild Finch Blend

Carefully selected nyjer, millets, canola and canary seed are mixed into the Wild Finch Blend to attract a variety of finches to your feeder. No white proso millet (as used in other finch mixes) because it does not attract finches and it tends to plug up finch feeders due to its large size.

Triple Delight Blend

The three most attractive ingredients to eastern birds are black oil sunflower, striped sunflower and fresh roasted and unsalted peanuts. Triple Delight Blend will attract over 60 different birds to eastern Canadian feeders.

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