Birds Nature Safflower seeds are a useful but relatively uncommon type of birdseed, but because of their great nutrition and which birds eat them, they are gradually growing in popularity among backyard birders. Learning more about safflower seeds can help birders decide whether this seed would make a good addition to their feeding stations and how they can best incorporate it into their bird feeding menu.While safflower may not be the first seed choice for birds accustomed to more familiar fare, once the seed is introduced, they can grow fond of it.
Treats add variety and can be fed up to 20% of the total food intake. Discard unused portion if soiled.. Feeding amount Parrots (20% of the total food intake) & wild Birds
Crude Protein (min.) 14.0%
Crude Fat (min.) 30.0%
Crude Fiber (max.) 32.0%
Moisture (max.) 12.0%
wild Birds – Black-capped chickadees,Black-headed grosbeaks,Blue jays,Carolina chickadees,Downy woodpeckers,Evening grosbeaks House finches,Indigo buntings,Mourning doves,Northern cardinals,Purple finches,Red-bellied woodpeckers,Rose- breasted grosbeaks,Tufted titmice,White-breasted nuthatches