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Peckish Natural Balance Energy Suet Fat Balls for Wild Birds, Pack of 6
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- This product contains 100 Percent natural ingredients
- These energy suet fat balls are enriched with sunflower seeds to attract more birds to your garden
- Use this food to attract blackbird, robin, house sparrow, long tailed tits, chaffinch, song thrush, blue tit and great tit plus many more birds to your garden
- Suitable to be fed to birds all year round
- This feed can be fed to wild birds from a energy ball feeder, bird table or the ground
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Peckish Natural Balance Energy Suet Fat Balls For Wild Birds contain nutritious blend of natural seeds and suet that will attract a wide variety of wild birds to your garden. The ingredients are 100% natural and will attract bird varieties including Blackbird, Robin, House Sparrow, Long Tailed Tits, Chaffinch, Song Thrush, Blue Tit and Great Tit plus many more. Feed these energy suet balls from a energy ball feeder.
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This is, ofcourse, also seasonal (currently the birds with babies are off out looking for insects to feed their young), so I will update the review if activity picks up. Mainly seems to attract pigeons and blue tits.