Songbird Selections®

New line of Advanced Wild Bird Food Launches to Save Birds’ Health

Audubon Park Songbird Selections® NutriThrive® is an innovative vitamin and mineral enhanced line of wild bird food created to meet the changing needs of everyone’s favorite backyard birds

Wild birds need our help today more than ever. This is why we are so excited to announce an advanced new line to meet songbirds’ unique and changing nutritional demands.

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The new Audubon Park Songbird Selections NurtriThrive is made using wild songbirds’ favorite seeds that are topped with an oil-based nutrient-rich coating to provide the vitamins, minerals and essential fatty acids they need, but have become scarce in our natural world.

With no filler seeds, it is the most nutritionally advanced wild bird food on the market.

“The challenges all wild birds face today from climate change and human development have us and our customers very worried for our beloved songbirds, from the chickadees and finches to the orioles and cardinals,” says Ed Mills, co-founder and principal of Global Harvest Foods. “That’s why we’re so excited to introduce Songbirds Selections NutriThrive to our Audubon Park brand to help bring the health of our favorite backyard birds back to thriving status.”

Birds respond to quality. The premium nutrient-packed seeds in the Songbird Selections line will attract more songbirds to feeders and have a significant impact on the overall health of our wildlife as a result.

“In my research, I’ve found that feeding backyard birds has a positive impact on many species,” says John Marzluff, ornithologist and author of the book, Welcome to Subirdia.

Marzluff advises that feeding backyard birds and taking simple steps to make your yard more bird friendly helps to counter the threats wild birds face from development, extreme weather and pollution to predators like cats and accidents from windows.

Feeding wild birds premium bird food like Songbird Selections NutriThrive is not only an easy way to make a big difference, it’s fun too! In fact 40.5 million people participate in backyard bird watching in the United States.