Bird Health Products
It is so important to ensure that your garden birds are in good health and get all the vitamins they need from a variety of food. Thorough hygiene is also essential in the garden, as you will be attracting a range of different species of birds together in your feeding area.Read More
Not only will your generosity in caring for them benefit UK wildlife as a whole, but it will also afford you countless hours of pleasure as your happy birds play in your garden and sample all the treats that you have put out for them.
We can help, talk to us
At Ark Wildlife we love to hear from our customers. If you would like to find out more about how to keep your wild birds healthy and happy, or to ask our advice about the best seeds, suet or mealworms to attract different garden bird species, please do get in touch. Call us on freephone: 0800 085 4865 and we’ll be happy to help you.
Use our bird health products throughout the year
Many people think of winter as the most important time of year to provide extra food and nutrition for birds, to help them keep warm in the frost. Nonetheless it is also critical that wild birds are healthy during the spring and summer when they are mating, laying eggs and raising their chicks. Supplement your birds’ diet with our fine oyster shell grit, which is specially designed to provide the extra calcium wild birds require for laying healthy eggs with strong shells.
Provide fresh, clean water every day
Don’t forget that water is absolutely essential to the health of your wild birds. They need water to quench their thirst, bathe in and clean their feathers. At Ark Wildlife we recommend putting out fresh water every day, year round, adding a safe Ice Free product in order to stop it from freezing in the winter.
Clean all your wildlife equipment
Make sure that all of your bird feeders, baths, bowls, nest boxes and any other piece of wildlife equipment are cleaned regularly with our antibacterial and antiviral Ark Klens – which is a wholly safe and non-toxic cleaning product for your wild birds.