Dried mealworms are the less wiggly alternative to live mealworms but will still go down a treat with birds. They are the larvae of the Flour Beetle, a native British insect which eats flour, meal, grain and other crops. They are made up of over 48% protein and 40% fat, making them tasty to eat and in their dried state very unlikely to escape a hungry bird.
Mealworms are a great treat for wild birds, particularly because of the protein content which is especially important during breeding and fledgling. They attract a variety of birds and can be added to bird seed, on a bird table or in a feeder, all year round.
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