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Wild Bird Seed Mix

Our premium selection of wild bird seed mix is specially crafted to attract a wide variety of garden birds to your outdoor space. Our range offers something for every bird enthusiast, from our best-selling seed feeder mix to specialised blends designed to entice specific feathered friends like finches, robins, and tits.

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No grow bird seed mix filling small wooden bucket on the ground.
From £5.95
Ready Peck Seed Feeder Mix
From £6.45
Ground Seed Mix for Birds
From £6.45
Robin Ground Mix
From £6.45
Original No Wheat Mix Seed
From £5.45
Finches and Tits Bird Seed
From £5.45

No matter which bird seed mix you choose, rest assured that ours are made with the finest ingredients to provide the nutrition and energy wild birds need to thrive throughout the year. Create a welcoming oasis for avian visitors in your garden today with our premium selection of birdseed mixes.

What is the best seed mix for birds?

Determining the best wild bird seed mix can depend on various factors, including the types of birds you want to attract, the weather, and the time of year. However, some seed mixes are generally well-regarded for their ability to attract a diverse range of bird species and provide essential nutrition. Seed mixes that contain good-quality, energy-rich ingredients such as sunflower seeds, peanut granules, suet pellets, and a low number of fillers are good indicators for bird enthusiasts to go by.

Discover Ivel Valley's Bird Seed Mix Range

Seed Feeder Mix- Our best-seller Seed Feeder Mix is a tried and tested favourite among bird lovers. Packed with a diverse array of premium nutritious seeds and suet pellets, this blend is formulated to appeal to all garden birds, ensuring you'll have a bustling aviary right outside your window.

No Grow Seed Mix- Try our No-Grow Bird Seed Mix for a mess-free way to feed garden birds without worrying about unwanted plant growth! This nutritious, high-energy blend attracts a diverse range of birds, ensuring your feathered friends are well-fed while maintaining a tidy garden.

My Robin and Me Mix- If Robins have a special place in your heart, then this is the mix for you! Our My Robin and Me Mix has been formulated to attract these beautiful birds and packed with all their favourite foods, including fruit, mealworms and suet pellets.

Finches and Tits Mix- Finches and Tits certainly bring a pop of colour and charm to gardens, and there are so many types to attract! Our finches and Tits Mix is specially designed to entice all beautiful birds from these families to your outdoor space such as bullfinches, greenfinches, goldfinches, chaffinches, siskins, blue tits, great tits, coal tits, and more!

Ground and Table Mix- This premium mix is specially formulated to cater to blackbirds, thrushes, robins, house sparrows and other ground-feeding birds and those visiting feeding tables, offering a nutritious feast that will keep your feathered friends coming back for more.

The Original No-Wheat Seed Mix- Our Original No-Wheat Seed Mix is a blend designed to provide high-quality nutrition to the birds in your garden at an even more affordable price! Crafted with care and expertise, this mix offers a diverse assortment of seeds to attract a wide variety of wild birds.

What birds eat mixed seed?

The benefit of mixed bird seed lies in its ability to cater to the dietary preferences of a wide range of garden birds. From the cheerful chirps of house sparrows to the vibrant plumage of goldfinches, mixed seeds attract a diverse assembly of feathered friends to bird feeders and tables. Some other common garden birds that eat mixed seeds include, blue tits, great tits, greenfinches, chaffinches, dunnocks, robins, blackbird, and collared doves.

What's in wild bird seed mix?

Bird seed mixes can vary, but they typically contain a combination of various seeds, grains and suet that appeal to a wide range of bird species. Common ingredients found in bird seed mixes include: sunflower hearts, sunflower seeds, peanuts, millet, and even suet pellets. Providing mixed seeds can attract a diverse range of bird species to your garden, enhancing biodiversity and providing enjoyment for birdwatchers.

What bird seed mix to avoid?

While there are many nutritious and beneficial seeds for birds, some contain fillers and should be avoided due to lack of nutritional value. Fillers are ingredients often added to bird seed mixes to bulk them up or reduce costs. While some fillers may be harmless, others offer little to no nutritional value for birds. Common fillers in bird seed mixes to look out for and avoid are wheat, dried rice, cracked corn, split peas, beans, and lentils.