Lyric® Finch Food Mix
Lyric® Finch Food Mix is a perfect combination of wild bird food to attract goldfinches and other small birds to your feeders.
With this selection of finch seed your bird feeders will become a major hub of bird activity. Each of the seed types used in the mix was carefully selected to help the American Goldfinch and its relatives through winter, spring, summer and fall!
Lyric®'s Finch Mix attracts a number of finch species, including:
American Goldfinch, Common Redpoll, House Finch, Lesser Goldfinch, Northern mockingbird, Pine Siskin, and Purple Finch. Each of these species love one (or more) of the offerings in this wild finch food mix, so you can expect plenty of visitors.
Inside each resealable bag your finches will find: sunflower kernels, small golden millet, niger (thistle) seed, canary seed and canola seed.
This buffet of high-protein finch food will definitely keep them coming back to your feeders for more. Lyric® Finch Mix includes a perfect blend to suit a finch's small beak.
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Lyric® Finch Seed - Specifications
- 5 lb Bag is Re-sealable
- High Protein, Finch-Friendly Seed
- Ultimate Mix for a Wide Variety of Finch Species
- Scientifically Designed Blend
- StayFresh® oxygen absorber keeps seed fresh
What's in the Box:
- 5 lb re-sealable bag of finch seed
- Contains Sunflower Kernels, Small Golden Millet, Nyjer Seed, Canary Seed and Canola Seeds
- Re-sealable bag
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Review RateHappy with this product
I have used this finch food for over 8 years. I can't keep my feeder full more than 2-3 days. It attracts a variety of birds including cardinals, cow birds, and in the early spring black birds. I get yellow finch, purple finch, chickadees, sparrows, wrens, large and small woodpeckers. I've even had crows trying to feed but I shush them away...them and the squirrels and chipmunks!!
Review RatePoor attactionFinch are not attacted to this bendResponse From Perky-Pet®Lauren : Consumer Relations RepresentativeThank you for taking the time to share this feedback. The combination of sunflower kernels, small golden millet, Niger seed, canary seed, and canola seed is designed to attract a variety of finches and smaller birds.
We would like learn more about where the feeder is positioned and offer assistance. Please feel free to contact our Consumer Relations Team at 1-855-PERKYPET (1-855-737-5973).
Lyric® Finch Food Mix - FAQs
Q: Can I attract only American Goldfinches?
A: Among the finch family, American Goldfinches have the unique willingness to feed in an upside-down position. This means that special feeders can cater to American Goldfinches only! Perky-Pet® has a number of feeders that can be switched into a "Goldfinch Only" mode. Our favorite, and the one we recommend, is the Deluxe Upside Down® Thistle Feeder, but you can find a variety of Finch Feeders to accommodate more then the American Goldfinch.
Q: What other ways can I attract birds to my yard?
A: Aside from bird feeders, try adding a water feature to your yard. In fact, a water feature will attract an incredibly diverse group of birds! Every bird needs to drink water, and they really appreciate a clean water source for drinking and bathing. Here are some ideas on water for birds!
Q: Where do American Goldfinches go during the winter?
A: For the most part, your beautiful yellow birds don't go anywhere at all—they just change color! In the fall, American Goldfinches go through a molt where they shed their yellow feathers for winter plumage, which is usually a dull olive or brown color. Just like you, they need a heavy coat for cold weather!
Don't worry though, goldfinches begin to revert back to their brilliant yellow feathers in the early spring.