Bring the nation’s favourite bird into your garden with Peckish Robin Insect Seed Mix. The familiar colourful red breast of the Robin will help to brighten up your garden. With a mix containing mealworms, the Robin’s favourite food, you are sure to see one in your garden.

  • Enjoy the Robin in your garden
  • Added insects for a natural diet
  • With added Calvita® Vitamin Mix
  • Use with a Peckish Seed Feeder

Peckish Robin Insect Seed Mix

PriceFrom €4.99
  • Why Use Peckish Robin Insect Seed Mix

    1. Perfect for Robins

    All ingredients are selected to attract Robins and other songbirds to your garden.

    2. High in Protein

    Enriched with mealworms – a favourite of Robins.

    3. Calvita® Vitamin Mix

    Enriched with our unique blend of vitamins and nutrients that garden birds need to stay healthy. Calvita includes…

    • CAROTENOIDS – Develops feather colour and protects from sunlight damage
    • CALCIUM – Promotes bone & feather growth and essential for egg production
    • VITAMINS A,D,E & BIOTIN – Strengthens beaks & bones and helps growth & reproduction


    • Pinhead Oats
    • Kibbled Maize
    • Naked Oats
    • Sunflower Hearts
    • Red Millet
    • Kibbled Peanuts
    • Kibbled Wheat
    • Mealworms (2%)
    • Suet Pellets (Wheat Flour, Beef Tallow, Calcium Carbonate, Kibbled Peanuts, Dried Mealworms)
    • Oyster Shell Grit
    • Additives: Glycerine
    • Colourant


    Expected Results

    Peckish Robin Seed Mix will attract the following birds:

    • Robin
    • Blue Tit
    • Chaffinch
    • Great Tit
    • House Sparrow
    • Greenfinch
    • Coal Tit and many more!
  • How to Use Peckish Robin Insect Seed Mix

    • To use in bird feeders, simply pour the seed into a seed feeder
    • To feed on bird tables, scatter the seed across the table
    • Also suitable for feeding in tray and ground feeders


    Where to Site Peckish Robin Insect Seed Mix

    • Site your feeder 2 metres from cover to make the feeder visible, whilst providing a safe place to retreat
    • Put out food at the start of the day to ensure that birds can replace the energy they have lost overnight