Nuts are an extremely popular source of food for many garden creatures, including your birds and squirrels. They are packed with healthy fats, vitamins and minerals and calories, to give your birds and squirrels energy and to keep them healthy and in tip-top condition.Read More
Shelled nuts will attract a variety of birds and small animals to your garden. Large birds like jays and woodpeckers will enjoy them, alongside blue tits and great tits.
Our shelled nuts include:
- Premium Peanut Kernels
- Hazelnut kernels
- Walnut kernels
- Pumpkin Seeds
How do you add nuts to your birds’ diet?
Our nuts will be a key food for your garden birds and can be put out in the garden alongside our bird seed mixes or suet cakes to add variety to their diets. Our peanuts are guaranteed to be aflatoxin-free and are tested for their safety. They are smaller, so ideal for smaller birds as well as larger ones and are sourced from the best crop available. Read more about peanuts for birds on our blog.
Add shelled nuts to our special bird feeders; we have a number of squirrel-resistant peanut feeders, which are ideal if the peanuts are just for our birds because peanuts are one of the squirrels’ favourite foods. Put nuts for your squirrels in their own squirrel feeder in a designated part of the garden to help to deter them from eating the nuts and food for your birds.
Ark Wildlife`s foods provide the best nutritional value, to keep your garden visitors happy and healthy. Our foods are appropriate for your wildlife’s dietary and nutritional requirements. Never feed birds salted, roasted or flavoured nuts because they are unable to process high levels of salt and this will make them ill.
Wild birds need water as much as food for drinking and bathing. We always recommend putting fresh clean water out every day of the year.
We can help, talk to us
We have an extensive range of bird food mixes for your bird feeder station, and it can be difficult to know which will be best for your local birds. We can help! If you want to know more, give us a call on freephone: 0800 085 4865.