Please feel free to contact us as to which food is best suited to your bird's dietary needs.
Parrot Island Finch/Parakeet/Canary Mix: 2 Pound. (No Formulated Diet Pre-Mixed in)
We would recommend mixing 1# of a small bird formulated diet (Zupreem, Harrisons, Roudybush, etc...) for every 2# of this mix.
The Harrisons Adult Lifetime Mash OR
Harrisons Adult Lifetime SuperFine are both excellent choices!
This mixture is also available in a 4 Pound bag at a lesser per pound price which you can see by clicking here: Parrot Island's Parrotlet/Parakeet/Finch/Canary Mix (No Pellets): 4 Pound
This mixture is our proprietary blend and exclusively made for us!
It contains 9 nuts, 3 fruits, 9 vegetables, 12 different seeds, 1 grain, 1 bean, 14 herbs, and our first ingredient, Bee Pollen. - The nutritional makeup of Bee Pollen is extremely broad spectrum. The wide range of nutrients found in Bee Pollen include polyphenols, enzymes, beneficial fatty acids, free amino acids, vitamin complexes, chelated minerals and trace elements, as well as a large array of phytonutrients that have yet to be identified. This nutritional diversity makes Bee Pollen an ideal dietary supplement as a complement and boost to a well-rounded diet.
All ingredients are human consumption grade and most are organic. This mixture will thrill your bird and is an excellent choice for the whole foods part of the diet. Now you can rest assured that your bird will have maximum health and balanced nutrition in this part of the diet.
The bottom picture at right shows what the bee-pollen and high vitamin A herb flakes that are such an excellent, useable dietary supplement actually look like.
Ingredients: Bee pollen granules, Cashew pieces, Brazil pieces, Macadamia pieces, Almond pieces, Pignolia pieces, Pistachio meats, Filbert pieces, Pecan pieces, Walnut pieces, Coconut granules, Apple granules, Orange peel granules, Celery stalk & leaf, Parsley flakes, Green & red bell pepers, Petite peas, Green beans, Broccoli, Carrot granules, Spinach flakes, Zucchini, Niger, Japanese millet, Caraway, Canary grass, Small golden millet, Anise, Canola, Flax, Sesame, White millet, Red millet, Poppy, Oat groats, Soy bean, Basil Leaf, Calendula flowers, Echinacea, Augustifolia, Papaya leaf, Red raspberry leaf, Alfalfa leaf, Red clover blossoms, Rose hips, Rosemary leaf, Dandelion leaf, Peppermint leaf, Fennel Seed, Oat Straw, Thyme leaf.
Click here to see the complete line of our Parrot Island Specialty Mixes.
For more information on what we use and recommend for the diet of companion birds - take a look at these articles in the Educational Articles section of our website: (Click on the underlined link)
Diet and Nutrition
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