Peanuts in Shells

Food4wildbirds Peanuts in shells are particularly popular with the Woodpecker and Tit family.

Peanuts in shells can be fed by threading them together with string and hanging from a Bird table, tree or other suitable position in the garden.

It’s an entertaining way to observe the antics of your garden guests, while they feed.

Peanuts in Shells

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