- High Energy Source For Winter Birds
- A Cardinal and Grosbeak Favorite
What’s the Right Bird Food To Use?
Safflower is a hard-shelled seed that attracts Northern Cardinals, Mourning Doves, Black-capped Chickadees, Carolina Chickadees, and Rose-breasted Grosbeaks. Some birdwatchers switch to safflower during periods when grackles and starlings are present. The seed is difficult for them to open and so discourages feeder visits. And it is one bird seed that it not liked by squirrels (although hungry enough and they seem to eat anything)!
Start feeding the birds anytime and keep feeding year round. Natural food supplies are at their lowest in the spring. Spring brings exciting migrants. Summer feeding provides nutrition during breeding and nesting season. Enjoy seeing parents bring their young to your feeders. Fall and winter feeding is especially helpful during periods of cold and snow.
Keep Them Healthy and Coming Back By:
- Providing a fresh supply of water.
- Placing feeders close to sheltering trees and shrubs.
- Cleaning your feeders and birdbaths regularly with a mild bleach solution.
- Raking up and removing seed hulls from under feeders
Size: 5 lb Clear Poly
- Safflower Seed
Crude Protein (minimum) 15.6%
Crude Fat (minimum) 24.6%
Crude Fiber (maximum) 33.5%
This product is processed, packaged and/or stored in facilities that also may process, package and/or store peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, eggs, milk products and soy.
Not for Human Consumption.