Garden birds go ‘nuts’ for Peter & Paul Peanut Butter which contains all the oils, nutrition and energy of peanuts in an easy to eat paste. Peanut butter intended for human consumption contain dangerous levels of salt for bird, that is why we have specially formulated Peter & Paul Peanut Butter to be safe and as nutritious as it can be for your garden birds. Peter & Paul Peanut Butter can be fed all year around. Simply removing the lid and placing the jar securely on a bird table, or by smearing the peanut butter onto the trunk of a tree for more timid birds to find and sit back and enjoy the way it brings your garden to life by attracting a whole host of birds, almost certainly attracting a great number and variety than has ever been there before.
- Peter & Paul Peanut Butter has been specifically blended to be nutritionally balanced and safe for your garden birds.
- With added Spirulina! Which has proven to be a FANTASTIC supplement, highly beneficial for our feathered friends.
- Peter & Paul Peanut Butter is an incredibly easy way to feed garden birds.
- Peter & Paul Peanut Butter will attract a greater number and variety of birds to your garden and can be fed all year round.
Great Spotted Woodpecker
Long Tailed Tit
Peanut Granules (20%)
Peanut granules offer a rich natural concentration of oil and protein, are a particular favourite with most garden birds and are added to help increase nutritional content of bird seed mixes. Peanut granules are safer for young birds and smaller species, unlike whole peanuts that can present a choking hazard. Peanut granules can be found in: Four Seasons, Clean Plate, Vivid Colour, In Full Song and Mealworm Mix.
100% Human Grade Edible Beef Dripping (15%)
Peter & Paul suet products contain as much as three times the fat levels of other top brands and it’s this high suet content that provide your garden birds with all the energy they need. That said, the more concentrated and higher quality the suet is, the better it is for the birds. The industry standard for fat used in suet production is Cat 3 tallow which is classified as; a blend of animal fat by-products, and as such could include Beef, lamb, Pig or anything! Peter & Paul suet products contains only 100 % human grade edible beef dripping, which not only means that these products do not change composition from batch, to batch, to batch, but it also happens to be a denser form of suet and, therefore, has the highest pay back in calories per gram. To put it simply; the more fat and the better that fat is that’s in suet – the more birds you will get in your garden.
Dried Mealworms & Insects (4%)
Many birds eat insects naturally, so feeding mealworms to the birds seems like a natural thing to do. Dried Mealworms quickly attract a variety of insect-loving wild birds to your garden such as robins and thrushes. They are also a rich source of protein and fat which can be fed all the year round but by feeding during the spring, you will be ensuring that parent birds are providing their young with all the goodness they need.
Spirulina has proven to be a FANTASTIC supplement, highly beneficial for our feathered friends. Spirulina is basically an edible blue-green micro algae that naturally grows in the lakes. It constitutes about 72% protein, astonishing 0.5% of beta-carotene and is the richest source of the B 12 vitamin. This ocean of nutrients has VERY interesting effects on birds. Spirulina makes their plumage glossier, it intensifies their natural colour, improves their health by increasing their metabolic rate, protecting their kidneys and improving their digestive tract flora, it has been shown to have anti-cancer and anti-viral effects and also increases their fertility many folds. Studies have shown that when the birds are fed Spirulina rich diets, they showed a great improvement in their fertility – up to 96%! Basically, it is wonderful!
Sunflower Seeds are loved by more wild bird species than any other seed, they are probably the bird food which more species eat than any other and provide garden birds with a rich source of oil, protein and energy.
High Oil Seed Millet
Millet is packed full of protein, iron and vitamin b which is vital as young chicks grow, also popular with House Sparrows and If you’re lucky enough to have Tree Sparrows in your garden? They’ll love it!
Although Wheat can and should be considered a filler when added to a seed mix, when it is processed and added to Peter & Paul Peanut Butter the gelatinised starch making it sweet and easy to digest, and attractive to a whole host of garden birds.
Due to their high content of oil, flax seeds belong to the group of the so-called oilseeds. Flax seed is a very rich source of Omega 3 fatty acids and also provides fibre, antioxidants and proteins, allowing garden birds to benefit from the nutrients of these healthy small seeds.
Rapeseed is exceptionally high in oil and acts as a conditioner to strengthen the feathers of birds. Rapeseed has a sweet taste that birds love, so is popular with many wild birds including finches.
Oats are a good source of slow release energy and are popular with many soft-billed, ground feeding garden birds, including Blackbirds and Song Thrushes.
Corn is high in carbohydrates and oil and is easily digestible, this makes it ideal for smaller species of garden bird, but it is enjoyed by numerous different types of garden visitor.
Rape Seed Oil
Rape Seed Oil is low saturated fat and is high in omega-3, providing garden birds with essential oils and vitamins and acts as a conditioner to strengthening their feathers.
Our Unique natural seed coating is a digestible energy source which inhibits bacterial growth. This can help prevent birds from picking up common bugs including Salmonella and E.Coli.
Done and dusted
Birds have a very different breathing system than us mammals. The air flow only goes one way, so as they ‘breathe out’ new air automatically enters the lungs. This means that any dust in the air can cause discomfort or illness. Peter&Paul seeds are dust extracted before mixing and tested for dust during the mixing process. How dusty is your bird food?