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Mealworm Feeders

Welcome to our Mealworm Bird Feeder category, where we offer a range of specialised feeders designed for distributing live worms, dried mealworms and calciworms to garden birds.

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UpClose™ Window Feeder
I Love Robins® Ground Feeding & Water Dish
I Love Robins® Easy Clean Treat Dish
Old Iron Buttercup Water Dish
Essential Ground Feeder
Essential Suet Bites And Mealworm Feeder
National Trust Ground Feeding Table
I Love Robins Hanging Treat Feeder
Heavy Duty Suet Bites and Mealworm Feeder
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Robin sitting on an I Love Robins Window Feeder

What kind of feeder do you put dried mealworms in?

While you can scatter dried mealworms on the ground, certain birds favour plucking them from hanging trays or ground dishes where they're clearly visible. With our assortment of tray-based mealworm feeders and specialised ground-feeding trays, we've streamlined the process for ground-feeding or perching birds to seize a delectable wormy treat.

Where is the best place to put mealworm bird feeders?

The best place to put mealworm feeders for birds depends on several factors, including the type of birds you want to attract and your local environment. Here are some general guidelines to consider:

  1. Easy Access for Birds: Ensure birds have clear access to the mealworm feeder. They prefer a clear line of sight to potential predators, so avoid placing them in dense vegetation. Try to avoid placing the feeder in a high-traffic area where there's a lot of human activity. Birds might be hesitant to approach if they feel threatened.
  2. Visibility and Accessibility: Place the feeder where you can easily see it from a window or a comfortable viewing area. This allows you to enjoy watching the birds. However, ensure it's also accessible for you to refill and clean.
  3. Multiple Feeders: If you have multiple types of feeders as well as mealworm feeders (e.g. seed feeders, suet feeders), consider spreading them out in different locations to cater to other bird species.

Can you put dried mealworms in a bird feeder?

For optimal mealworm distribution, opt for bird feeders explicitly tailored for this purpose, such as hanging trays or ground dishes. Steer clear of tubular seed feeders, as dried mealworms may become trapped, hindering bird access. Similarly, peanut feeders may not securely hold the dried mealworms and risk spillage.