Audubon Park Nature's Elegance

Premium Wild Bird Food

40 lb.

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Premium Wild Bird Food
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From the fields to your feeders. 4 individual bags for freshness. Premium wild bird blend for the birds in your area. Perfect for feeding your birds year-round. hank you for choosing Nature's Elegance by Audubon Park, the brand bird-lovers trust for the ultimate in premium-quality bird food blends. You can be confident that all Nature's Elegance blends offer unsurpassed quality and freshness. Welcome a fascinating variety of birds to your feeder with this premium blend of bird food. HOW TO ATTRACT WILD BIRDS: Birdscape Your Backyard - Birds prefer yard similar to their natural habitats. Research the birds found in your area, then design you yard around the natural habitat of your favorite species. Plant bushes, trees, and shrubs of bird's native area to provide them comfort, protection, and a place to nest. Birdhouses provide excellent shelter among native plants. Provide Plenty of Water - Provide a source of water for both drinking and bathing. Consistent water supply is known to double the number of birds in your yard. A frog pond, water garden, or bird bath will keep your birds satisfied and coming back to your feeders. Consistent Quality Food - Provide a consistent supply of quality food. Clean feeders regularly and when they get wet. Do not use insecticides, pesticides or fungicides near your feeding stations. Be Patient - Attracting birds can be a great source of entertainment for you and your family. Sometimes birds keep you waiting a long time. If your feeder is new, expect several weeks to pass before the birds find it. The first birds to show will be the most common species in your area and others will follow a few days later. Join bird enthusiasts all across the nation by feeding and caring for wild birds un your own yard. It's a great activity for young and old alike that spawns a lifelong interest and respect for nature. Enjoy watching and listening to one of nature's own marvels all year long. Start feeding your wild birds today. Seed Preferences of Preferred Birds: White Crowned Sparrow, White Throated Sparrow, Mourning Dove ~ Black Oil Sunflower, Millet. Pine Siskin, Cardinal, Grosbeak ~ Sunflower (all types). Goldfinch ~ Hulled Sunflower, Black Oil Sunflower, Niger (Thistle). Dark-eyed Junco ~ Millet, Canary Seed, Fine Cracked Corn. Sparrow (most), Towhee, Brown-headed Cowbird, Red-winged Blackbird ~ Millet. Jay (most), Chickadee, Titmouse ~ Black Striped Sunflower, Peanut Kernels, Black Oil Sunflower. White-breasted Nuthatch, Red-breasted nuthatch ~ Black Striped Sunflower, Black Oil Sunflower. How to Choose a Feeder: Larger birds like Cardinals, Jays, and Grosbeaks prefer platform and hopper feeders while smaller birds, like Finches, Sparrows and Chickadees, prefer hanging tube feeders. To keep squirrels out of your feeding area, position your feeders away from fences or railings, or better yet, set up a squirrel feeding area far from your bird feeding station to keep all of your backyard animals satisfied. Guaranteed Analysis - Crude Protein (min): 8%. Crude Fat (min): 5%. Crude Fiber (max): 12%. Product of USA.

Ingredients

Millet, Grain Products, Sunflower Seeds, Peanut Pieces, Calcium Carbonate.

Warnings

Not for human consumption. Allergen Statement: Manufactured in a facility that handles major allergens such as peanuts, tree nuts, wheat, fish and soy products. Therefore this product may contain such allergens.

Directions

Storage - Store in a cool, dry and shaded area such as a garage, shed or patio storage box. We recommend the use of air and watertight containers to store this product for longer than a few weeks.

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