Striped Sunflower Seeds

Striped sunflower shells are thicker than black oil sunflower seeds and more challenging for small birds to crack. The seeds are high in oil and a hit with larger birds such as cardinals, jays, and grackles. Pick of the Birds Striped Sunflower Seeds are grown on the family farm in Woodlands, Manitoba.

Attracts

Cardinals, finches, grackles, jays, nutcrackers, nuthatches, titmice, woodpeckers, and more

Packaging

4 kg | 9 kg | 18 kg

Grown with Pride

Seeded, grown, and harvested in Woodlands, Manitoba

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Striped Sunflower Seeds
 

Downy Woodpecker

Plumed almost identically as the larger hairy woodpecker, the tiny, short-billed downy is a common sight at backyard feeders where they enjoy dining on suet.

These Birds & More Pick This Product

Cardinals

Cardinals

Finches

Finches

Grackles

Grackles

Jays

Jays

Nutcrackers

Nutcrackers

Nuthatches

Nuthatches

Titmice

Titmice

Woodpeckers

Woodpeckers