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Wax worms are the larval stage of the Greater Wax Moth.
They provide an excellent source of protein, potassium and fat to enhance a healthy diet for wild birds.
Live wax worms are an all-natural, high energy source of nutrition that your birds will love.
Feeding is simple as these worms can be placed in a feeder or just on a tray.
These juicy morsels will be a hit in your mix of offerings.
Live wax worms are enjoyed by bluebirds, cardinals, orioles, robins, thrushes, waxwings, blue jays, tanagers, titmice and many other insect-eating birds.
Wax worms need cool storage with low humidity.
Instructions are included.