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Topflite Wild Bird Feed Energy Cakes Berry

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High energy cakes offer wild birds an immediate source of energy essential for survival. They contain only the highest-quality vegetable fat, an important element alongside traditional foods such as seed.

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Product overview

High energy cakes offer wild birds an immediate source of energy essential for survival. They contain only the highest-quality vegetable fat, an important element alongside traditional foods such as seed.

FEATURES
• Berry
• Use in a Topflite Wild Bird Cake Feeder.
• Attracts: Blackbird, Silvereye, Sparrow, Thrush, Waxeye, Yellowhammer
• All natural ingredients

SPECIFICATIONS
Ingredients: Vegetable fat, Wheat flour, and either Peanut flour or Berry flavouring.

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Energy cakes

These are great for the wild birds. We love all the different birds in our yard.

Farmerparker Dargaville
Topflite Wild Bird Feed Energy Cakes Berry

The birds love it. Cake hardly lasts a day.

Michael Waikato
Sivereyes love it

Only saw silvereyes having a go with it. but its winter so maybe all the other wild birds aren't about. seems to prefer the peanut to berry. finished in 2 days.

jjmk Otago
Love the Birds

I purchased both the Berry and Peanut cakes. I also had set up a Nectar Feeder. It took about half a day for the Tauhou/Silver Eyes to find the nectar, then they were into it. Today, the cakes were covered with birds, but it took the Tauhou to show the sparrows how to feed. Great watching them all fight and feed.

Bird Lover Tapawera, Nelson
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I put one out. Within 30 minutes there were more than 2 dozen sparrows!

SparrowFriend Auckland