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Flutter Butter™ Buggy - With insects to ramp up protein levels even further.

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  • £16.00


Is it the nutty aroma? Or is it the down-to-earth goodness that birds sniff out? There’s something about Flutter Butter™ that’s absolutely irresistible. Birds love peanut butter. But what’s great on your toast is bad for birds – ordinary peanut butter has too much salt. Rich, nutritious Flutter Butter™ is naturally low in salt and gives birds a protein boost. Simply twist a jar into our Flutter Butter™ Feeder to provide an instant feeding point. Flutter Butter™ Buggy - With insects to ramp up protein levels even further. Ideally use the Flutter Butter feeder to dispense your butter or site the the jar securely on your bird table. To feed woodpeckers or nuthatches smear butter onto a tree trunk.

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Essential for fledglings Review by Alex
In late winter, it took the birds a few weeks to discover the flutter butter feeders. But once they did, they loved it. But it was in the spring that they really appreciated it. We've watched two families of blue tits and two families of starlings - first the parents came for a beakful to carry off to the nests, and then they brought their fledglings to the feeders. We watched the young lining up to be fed, and they soon learned to take it for themselves. There is often a blue tit sitting inside the half empty jar! I've also seen the fledglings trying to take the food from the wrong end, through the glass at the bottom of the jar. Very cute. But they're very bright and quickly go round to the feeding end. I just wish I could afford more - I'm sure if I put dozens of jars out, the birds would still be queuing up!