Sunflower hearts coconut shell treat

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RSPB > Bird food > Suet for birds > Coconut shells

New for Autumn 2018! Nutritious sunflower hearts add extra protein to these suet-filled coconuts - irresistible treats for garden birds to feed them all year round. Supplied in boxes, each treat is individually wrapped.





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    Age: 45 - 54

    20/Nov/2019
    Super sunflower seed suet balls
    Highly recommend these. I have tits, magpies, jays and even a regular great woodpecker visit my garden to feast on these. They're not like the cheaper suet snacks, which get left in my garden, the birds seem to absolutely love these ones
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    Age: 65+

    03/Jul/2019
    coconut shell sunflower hearts
    My birds simply can't get enough of these - every small bird, even the robin, who has learned to cling, and the woodpecker, all of whom I welcome, but could do without the starlings, who come mob-handed and devour it at one sitting! I am using them at the rate of one per day and clearly I can't keep up the financial pace. When the shell is empty I haven't got the heart to see them all searching inside it so have to give them another one!
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