Buy Sunflower Hearts Bird Food

Sunflower hearts are one of the best foods you can feed to birds and they will attract a variety of species to your garden including goldfinches and siskin.

Happy Beaks Sunflower Hearts

Enjoy hours of pleasure watching a variety of birds come and go with this pack of sunflower hearts from Happy Beaks. An easy to eat seed that’s high In oil content, and will attract a variety of birds such as sparrows and finches, dunnocks and starlings.

Extra Select Sunflower Hearts

These are bakery grade kernels produced from black oil sunflower seeds. This means they are from the sunflower which contains the high levels of oil and therefore energy rather than the confectionery grade hearts which are mainly taken from medium and large striped sunflower seeds.

Garden Wildlife Direct Sunflower Hearts

High in energy, sunflower hearts are a valuable and nutritious seed to have in any garden. With a wide variety of wild birds that love them, sunflower hearts are a totally versatile and easy seed to feed. Best of all, as they have had the husks removed, the birds will eat the whole seed, leaving little if no mess around your feeding station.

Wheatsheaf Sunflower Hearts

These sunflower hearts are premium bakery grade produced from black oil sunflower seeds which have the highest oil content for a great energy source. Husk free, you will find they create very little waste or mess when fed from either a hanging feeder, bird table or even on the ground.

Peckish Sunflower Hearts

Packed with energy and essential oils, Sunflower Hearts are the ultimate bird food. With the husks removed these seed hearts take away all the effort for garden birds saving them time and energy. Sunflower Hearts are loved by a variety of garden birds.

Nature’s Feast Sunflower Hearts

Widely considered the best straight food for garden birds. Sunflower Hearts are a premium no mess seed, as birds will not leave debris in the garden due to having had the husks removed already. Suitable for feeding all year round.

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