Mealworm Feeders for Birds

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    Mealworm feeders are specially designed to feed wild garden birds a highly nutritious (and one of their favourite) snacks to enjoy in a simple way. Whether you prefer a hanging bird feeder or standing bird feeders, you'll be able to find the perfect mealworm feeder.

    All of our mealworm bird feeders provide a safe environment for the hungry birds to feed with plenty of space to perch and easy access to the bird food.

    We have feeders that are suitable for both live and dried mealworms, if you are feeding live mealworms make sure you opt for a mealworm bird feeder with high sides to stop the feed escaping. You can buy suitable and high quality mealworms from The Awesome Wildlife Company. Some of our range of mealworm feeders can also be used as a suet pellet feeder to feed birds suet.

    Check out our range of mealworm feeders and find the perfect feeder for your garden.

    12 products
    Essentials Suet Pellet and Mealworm Feeder
    Henry Bell suet bites mealworm feeder
    Essentials Suet Pellet and Mealworm Feeder
    £3.99
    Heritage Suet Bites and Mealworm Feeder
    Heritage Suet Bites and Mealworm Feeder
    £14.99
    Essential Ground Feeder
    Essential Ground Feeder
    £5.99
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    Heritage Ground feeder
    Heritage Ground Feeder
    £14.99
    Spalding Ground Table
    Spalding Ground Table
    £49.99
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    Vintage Bagpath Hanging Bird Feeder
    £19.99
    Bempton Hanging Bird Table
    Bempton Hanging Bird Table
    £44.99
    Metal Hanging Bird Table
    Metal Hanging Bird Table
    £20.00
    Swing Seat Bird Feeder
    Swing Seat Bird Feeder
    £20.99
    Timeless Luytens Swing Seat Feeder
    Timeless Luytens Swing Seat Feeder
    £20.99
    Silhouette Bird Silo Feeder
    Silhouette Bird Silo Feeder
    £16.99
    Solar Open Copper Feeder
    Solar Open Copper Feeder
    £24.99

    The Importance of a Mealworm Feeder for Garden Birds

    For all insect eating birds, mealworms are a source of high energy and nutrition and they are a important to keeping garden birds healthy. By having a mealworm feeder in your garden, you are giving the local birds an easy way to access this part of their diet.

    It is also really important because mealworms are so full of energy, and in a mealworm feeder they are of easy access to the birds allowing the small and larger birds to save energy and stock up on this energy for activities such as nesting, breeding and during the colder months.

    Mealworms can be provided all year round, and if you consistently put them out for the wild bird in your garden, you will encourage them to keep coming back.

    What Birds Feed From a Mealworm Feeder

    A lot of our feathered friends are attracted to mealworm feeders as they are such a delicious and nutritious form of food.

    The most well known wild birds that are fans of mealworms are small birds such as Blue birds, Robins, Chickadees, Nuthatches.

    Where to Place a Mealworm Feeder

    A mealworm feeder should be located near tree and bushes. The natural cover the vegetation provides will make the birds feel safer and allow them to hide if they feel under any threat.

    If possible, position the ground feeder at a height that ground predators, such as cats, cannot access the feeder whilst birds are feeding. Typically, around 5 to 6 feet above the ground is suitable.

    Birds enjoy feeding in spaces that are quiet and undisturbed which is why it is important to place the feeder in an area where it won't be disturbed too much.