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About Twootz


Twootz.com is your online provider of quality and low-priced bird feeds, bird seed and wild bird food supplies, as well as a variety of bird feeders. We are based in Leeds, West Yorkshire, and service the entire UK. Also, across most of our product lines we can provide bulk purchase options, ideal for helping a group of friends provide for more birds in multiple gardens.

To complement our range of wild bird foods, Twootz.com is proud to announce that we have now added small animal feeds to our online collection of high quality goods. The available feeds cover parrot, rabbit, guinea pig, hamster, rat, squirrel, ferret, as well as pond and tropical fish food.

Twootz.com likes to support animal and wildlife charities, so if you have anything you wish us to promote via our blog or web pages, please send details to info@twootz.com for consideration.

Blue Tit Feeding On Hand

Wild Birds in the British Isles


There are 574 varieties of British wild birds in the British Isles according to the British Ornithologists Union (BOU) and with a growing population of Human Beings and around 8000 domestic cats, we need to take good care of our feathered friends.

It is very important that if you are feeding wild birds, that you assess your surroundings and the likely dangers that birds could be exposed to. In essence, it is useful to put yourself in the position of a wild bird and consider how you would feel if you were landing on the bird table, feeder or bird bath that has been placed in your garden. Consider if a cat or other animal could attack the bird, based on your positioning of these feeders and/or tables etc. Enjoy the facts and useful tips.

Birds Feeding On Fat Balls

In deepest West Sussex


It is a good idea to vary the types and mixes of food that you present on your bird tables.

For nearly twenty years we have not seen a single starling near our house, and given the ‘commoness’ of this gregarious and noisy family in the country this was much commented upon.

Last month we decided to try the Fruity Suet Pellets out and we were awoken at 5.30am [!!!] by a cacophony of noise from the southern bird table – we counted nearly thirty starlings from juveniles to glossy plumed adults. Many people do not encourage starlings to their gardens, but they are missing a real treat – the birds have distinct characters and degrees of assertiveness which soon lets you identify individuals.

The juveniles are easy to spot having not developed the yellow beak and the iridescence plumage of the adults.



After about half-an-hour they left en masse but they returned the next day, and probably by coincidence every day that the feeders contained the suet pellets. We know that birds can see well in colour and in the UV range – perhaps the brighter colour of the fruity pellets attracted them from afar.

The suet pellets are also firm favourites with the blue tits and the great spotted woodpeckers who have had a really good breeding season – three families frequent our bird tables - each having raised a family of three youngsters.



Peanuts are of course a firm favourite and we tend to have at least one ‘seed mix’ available – with a dish of fresh water – we are going to try some of the fat feast variety packs later this month.

It is also important to keep all of your feeders clean – a kettle of boiling water over the wire meshes works wonders.