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Re: BIRD FEEDING

Postby Jacksparrow » Sat Oct 06, 2018 7:29 pm

Placido wrote:Exactly, Jacksparrow. The space is half full now with cardboard and paper courtesy of Happy Beaks.

The pellets are good though: unanimous feathery verdict. All raised their wings to vote in favour :wave2:.

That's OK then. Next time order sufficient goodies to fill the box and cut down on packaging required. :)
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Re: BIRD FEEDING

Postby Placido » Sun Oct 07, 2018 9:51 am

Your strategy is faultless, Jacksparrow :nod:. Fill the enormous box ...... :(

Aaaanyway, the birds like them and that's what reeeelly reeeelly matters :) (and the prices are good).
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Re: BIRD FEEDING

Postby Butterfly » Sun Oct 07, 2018 8:17 pm

Thats a good site for birdy food Placido, thank you :yes:
I bought suet pellets from this site, the cheapest I found around:
https://www.lovegardenbirds.co.uk/garde ... et-pellets
They are a bit thicker than the usual ones I buy from B&M but they got eaten so I guess they are ok :)
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Re: BIRD FEEDING

Postby Willpar » Tue Oct 09, 2018 9:07 am

I put out some soaked mealworms a few days ago, left them in the water. All gone this morning. Though yesterday I did see a starling on the feeder. Today I have done another batch with added calci worms, just to see what happens. If it works then I can do a mix of both.
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