Fruit For Wild Birds

Many birds will readily eat fruit. It is always best to use dried fruit in feeders in order to prevent molds and bacteria.

The easiest method of providing fruit is to purchase wild bird foods that contain real fruit. Make sure to read the label. Fruit flavorings are often used and provide no real fruit.

The following Wild Delight® products contain high levels of real fruit:

  • Cardinal Food
  • Fruit N’ Berry
  • Less Mess® Cardinal Food
  • Less Mess® Fruit N’ Berry
  • Less Mess® Songbird Food
  • Nut N’ Berry®
  • Songbird Food
  • Total Cuisine®

Cranberries: Cardinals, Finches, Nuthatches, Chickadees, Jays, Titmice, Grosbeaks and Woodpeckers
Cherries: Cardinals, Finches, Nuthatches, Chickadees, Jays, Titmice, Grosbeaks and Woodpeckers
Raisins: Cardinals, Finches, Nuthatches, Chickadees, Jays, Titmice, Grosbeaks and Woodpeckers
Apples: Woodpeckers, Chickadees, Finches, Nuthatches, Jays, Titmice and Grosbeaks
Juniper Berries: Woodpeckers, Chickadees, Finches, Nuthatches, Jays, Titmice, Grosbeaks, Songbirds, Cardinals, Finches, Jays and Buntings
Papaya: Woodpeckers, Parrots, Parakeets, Nuthatches, Jays and Chickadees