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NOW!! Free shipping on most orders of $120 or more!!Note: Because of hot weather in some parts of the country, live mealworm orders may be delayed until weather permits. Overnight shipping is available on request, but you must contact us first so we can provide the additional shipping charges. In the meantime, you may want to select some of our roasted mealworms or wax worms. We apologize for this inconvenience, but we want you - and your birds - to be happy with your order.
Live MealwormsFeeding live mealworms (Tenebrio Molitor) and our new Superworm, as a special treat to attract bluebirds, songbirds, and many other species of wild birds has become a very popular addition to seed feeders at bird feeding stations.
If you haven't used mealworms before, they are larvae of a beetle with high a protein level. Because their diet consists of fresh cereal and vegetable, they are extremely palatable to birds and a safe food source.
Many birders believe the mealworms are used solely for attracting bluebirds. This is definitely not the case as many other species enjoy these little treats. Several species have been know to feast on mealworms including some of the following:
Robins, Bluebirds, Blue Jays, Sparrows, Finches, Cardinals, Woodpeckers, Nuthatches, Titmice, Wrens, Chickadees, and even Purple Martins.
Mealworms can be offered from just about any feeder. Most birds will eat them right from a dish on the ground. Live mealworms will keep for several weeks with proper storage. Instructions are included with every order.
Many non-seed-eating songbirds are declining in number because of the loss of breeding habitats and lack of food. Making food readily available is vital to ensure their survival. Bluebirds are an excellent example of how a species has been re-established in areas from which they had disappeared. Enthusiasts have been quite successful in attracting bluebirds to nest box trails, as well as backyards, by feeding our mealworms.
Suet PelletsOur New Product - Suet Pellets! Wild birds love suet, but it is messy and inconvenient. Not anymore!
Our berry and insect suet pellets are an easy to use, high quality product for your wild birds. They are an excellent, nutritional food source for your wild birds. Suet pellets are easy to handle, versatile, and healthy for all wild birds. This is an all natural, vegetable-based natural food product that is high in protein and flavor. No animal fat! Our suet pellets have been manufactured to the highest quality standards and perform well, even in warm weather environments.
Wild Bird Goodies.com personally uses this product - our birds love it! Give yours a day or so to get used to it. We Now Have Dried Mealworms! See Below.
This is an alternative to live mealworms.