Nectar Eating Birds
These birds are referred to as Nectarivores and mainly consume nectar & pollen from flowering plants. Species include lorikeets & lories as well as honeyeaters, wattlebirds, miners, sunbirds and hummingbirds. These birds may also eat exudates such as sap, manna & lerp, fruits, as well as insects for additional protein. Nectarivores have a specialised brush-tipped tongue which is an adaptation for gathering their liquid nectar diet. These birds have relatively simple digestive systems so should not be fed large amount of starches (grain) and fibre.
Our products include Wombaroo Lorikeet & Honeyeater Food & Nectar Shake & Make, which are liquid diets that replicate the natural nectar & pollen diet.
Lorikeet DelightAvian Delight treat bar containing a combination of dried fruits including paw paw, pineapple & banana. Suitable for all lorikeets, lories and fruit-eating parrots.
- Fruit treat specially designed for lorikeets.
- No seeds or starches to aid digestion.
- Edible gelatine binder (not glue).
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Paw paw, Pineapple, Banana, Apple, Sultanas, Apricot, Dates, Honeydew, Cranberries, Gelatine, Citric Acid, Vitamins & Minerals. Seasonal variation in ingredients may occur.
Individual bar minimum weight 75g net.
Available in cartons of 24 x 75g bars (pictured).
Feed as a treat to pet and aviary birds. Hang from cage using the attached wire. Feed over an open tray to collect any wastage.
Caged birds are prone to over-eating and obesity so limit intake to one 75g bar per bird per week.