Dawn Chorus Wild Bird Fat Balls (No Net)

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  • Dawn Chorus Wild Bird Fat Balls (No Net)

Garden Wildlife Direct Wild Bird Fat Balls (No Net)

Availability: In stock

Product Name Price Qty
Pack of 6 Fat Balls
£1.99
Pack of 20 Fat Balls
£2.99
Pack of 50 Fat Balls in Box

Regular Price: £5.99

Special Price £5.49

Pack of 50 Fat Balls in Tub
£5.99

Out of stock

12.75kg (approx.150) Fat Balls without Nets
£11.99
25kg (approx.300) Fat Balls
£21.79
38.25kg (approx.450) Fat Balls
£32.49
50kg (approx.600) Fat Balls
£41.99

Give your wild birds a treat that is packed full of high energy ingredients.

Please note that the 25kg (approx. 300) of Suet Balls (No Net) are delivered as 2x 12.55kg boxes.


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Fat Balls are a high energy, nutritious and extremely popular treat for all your visiting garden and wild birds. High in oils and fats they make an ideal all year round treat that are sure to be enjoyed by all birds.

Please note that the 25kg (approx. 300) of Fat Balls (No Net) are delivered as 2 x 12.55kg boxes.

Due to the fragile nature of fat balls and time in transit it is possible that up to 10% of the fat balls may be broken in the box. These broken balls will still attract birds and can be fed from most fat ball feeders or from a ground feeder.


Ingredients include:
Cereals, cereal products, oilseed, oils and fats, and calcium.

Type of Feeder to use:
Bird Tables, Fat Ball Feeders, Ground Feeding

Birds that you may attract with Fat Balls:
Blackbird, Blue Tit, Chaffinch, Coal Tit, Collared Dove, Dunnock, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Great Tit, Greenfinch, House Sparrow, Nuthatch, Robin, Starling, Thrush, Wood Pigeon, Wren

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Customer Reviews

Ok Review by Arthur Byng
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Ok (Posted on 17/06/2018)
Birds love them Review by David
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Gone within a day of filling our feeder. The birds really enjoy these. (Posted on 17/06/2018)
Happy with everything. Review by Diane Rose Cooper
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Goods were delivered as requested and are good value for money. (Posted on 12/06/2018)
fat balls Review by Peter
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Very good value and arrived in quick time, will buy again. (Posted on 12/06/2018)
Good vslue Review by Michael
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Very good value and the birds love them (Posted on 11/06/2018)
Garden Wildlife products Review by John
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My first choice when buying products for Garden Wildlife welfare,
good selection of product, size and price, delivered to your front door
(Posted on 11/06/2018)
fine thank you Review by larry robertson
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very few breakages I was well pleased thank you (Posted on 07/06/2018)
Good Review by Malcolm H
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Good (Posted on 07/06/2018)
Good Review by Malcolm H
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Good (Posted on 07/06/2018)
Good Review by Alex
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Depending on the type of feeder you use, this is good for sparrows, gold crests, blue tits, great tits, coal tits and long tailed tits. However I think that suet pellets in a peanut feeder are less messy than fat balls as they go ham on them, and if a squirrel can get to them they will be a waste of money as they will just eat straight through them in a day. Unfortunately since changing the feeder to suet pellets in a squirrel proof peanut feeder the sparrows, long tailed tits and gold crest have stopped being regulars, but this could be due to the change of season. Currently the great tits, coal tits and blue tits are exclusively using this to feed their off spring so it is depleting quite rapidly but I've not seen much mess as they can take a pellet away to eat, unlike fat balls which will crumble and leave a lot of mess. (Posted on 05/06/2018)

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