FEEDING GUIDE - MATCHING JOHNSTON & JEFF BLENDS TO SPECIFIC SPECIES

JOHNSTON & JEFF BLENDS AND FOODS

ESPECIALLY GOOD FOR:

Wild Bird Food

Blackbird, Blue Tit, Brambling, Finches, Bunting, Dunnock, Sparrows, Linnet, Nuthatch, Siskin, Yellow Hammer

Superior Wild Bird Food - Husk Free

Tits,Brambling, Finches, Dunnock, Bunting, Sparrows, Linnet, Thrushes, Nuthatch, Siskin, Stonechat,  Starling,  Blackbird, Yellow Hammer

Premium Wild Bird Food - Husk-Free, Wheat Free, with suet

Tits, Brambling, Finches, Dunnock, Bunting, Sparrows, Linnet, Thrushes, Nuthatch, Siskin, Stonechat,  Starling, Blackbird, Yellow Hammer - will also attract doves and pigeons, and Wrens will come to the suet pellets

Spring & Summer Mix

Virtually all birds love this blend

Essential High Energy

And this one – it’s the highest energy mix we do.

Robin and Songbird Mix

Robins, Songthrush, Mistle Thrush, Wrens and Pipits. Also suitable for: Tits, Finches, Bramblings, Linnets, Buntings,  Dunnocks, Yellow Hammer

Wild Finch Mix

Excellent for all Finches.

Peanuts

Blue Tit, Brambling, Bullfinch, Great Tit, Greenfinch, Sparrow, Nuthatch, Buntings, Siskin, Song Thrush, Starling

Peanut Granules

virtually all birds including Wrens and Pipits, especially good for fledglings

Monkey Nuts

Excellent for all Tits

Black Oil Sunflower Seeds

Blue Tit, Brambling, Chaffinch, Dunnock, Gold Finch, Great Tit, Sparrow, Nuthatch, Siskin, Yellow Hammer

Sunflower Hearts

Virtually all birds with the exception of maybe Pipits and Wrens which may take these if mealworms and insects are not available

Niger Seed

Tits, Finches and Siskins

Suet/ Fat Balls/ Suet Pellets/ Feast/ Plus Foods

Finches, Tits, Brambling, Woodpeckers, Nuthatch, Robin, Starlings. Wren, Tree Sparrow – and particularly important for insect-eaters

Dried Mealworms

Most birds love these, but Robins and Blackbirds most of all