Black Sunflower Seed for Birds

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Nutritious and with a high calorific value, these Black Sunflower Seeds are the perfect way of providing the key oils and minerals your local wild birds need to remain healthy and thrive.

- Premium, high energy Black Sunflower Seeds for birds
- Thin-skinned husks offering easy access to the rich oil
- 99% purity, guaranteeing 580 calories per 100g 
- Packed in resealable Gripseal bags for your convenience 

Bird species that typically enjoy black sunflower seeds include:

Blue Tits, Chaffinch, Brambling, Goldfinch, Great Tits, Siskins and Yellow Hammers.

How to Feed Black Sunflower Seeds to birds? 

Black Sunflower Seeds are suitable for feeding by table, feeder or simply scattered on the ground. 

Why are Black Sunflower Seeds good for birds?

Black sunflower seeds have an approximately 40% natural oil content making them an ideal source of energy for the feathered friends visiting your garden. Further benefits include:

- Thin husk, making it easy for birds to access the scrumptious oil inside
- Loved by all birds, making it great for attracting a variety of species to your garden
- Cost-effective bird feed, making it affordable to keep your birds happy and healthy

Packaging: Choose from a variety of weight options ranging from 250g to 20 kg. All our bird feed is packed in resealable Grip Seal pouches for your convenience, which can be used for a variety of further purposes or recycled.

What our customers have to say...

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"Seeds arrived well packed and within a reasonable time. The seeds are very popular with the birds."

Stephen Hewlett

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"My birds can't get enough. I mix these with my other feeds and subsequently use quite a lot. I love the price and the fast delivery. Will be back for more"

Victoria Talbott

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"Great quality bird food which has attracted many different species into my garden. Thank you - they, and I, love it!"

Claire Anne