Lyric® Sunflower Kernels Bird Seed
Sunflower seeds are a favorite for seed-eating birds across North America. These seeds are packed with energy, vitamins and minerals that birds need in every season.
Lyric® Sunflower Kernels are hulled at Lyric®'s processing center, and each 5 lb bag is 100% edible. With no hulls, there's also no mess under your bird feeder. These seeds are not likely to germinate if they fall to the ground. That means you're less likely to see sunflowers sprouting under your bird feeders.
Just like intact sunflower seeds, sunflower kernels attract a huge variety of birds. Sunflower kernels, which pack in the protein and are easy to eat, are an especially good winter bird seed.
Lyric® Sunflower Kernels attract and feed: The Acorn Woodpecker, Blue Titmouse, Carolina Chickadee, Dark-eyed Junco, House Finch, Mountain chickadee, Oak titmouse, Purple Finch, Red-headed Woodpecker, Varied Thrush, White-throated Sparrow, American Goldfinch, Bushtit, Chestnut-backed Chickadee, Golden-crowned Sparrow, Juniper titmouse, Northern Flicker, Pine Siskin, Red-bellied Woodpecker, Song Sparrow, White-breasted Nuthatch, Black-capped Chickadee, California Towhee, Chipping Sparrow, Hairy Woodpecker, Lesser Goldfinch, Northern mockingbird, Plain Titmouse, Red-breasted Nuthatch, Tufted Titmouse, and the White-crowned Sparrow.
Lyric® Sunflower Kernels Ingredients: Sunflower Kernels
Storage: Store your Lyric® Sunflower Kernels in a cool dry place. Once opened, transfer any unused portion to a sealed container. StayFresh® Technology keeps seed fresh until the package is opened.
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Lyric® Sunflower Kernels - Specifications
- No Mess! Sunflower Kernels Only
- 18% Protein, 25% Fat
- Great for Winter Bird Feeding
- Won't Germinate
- StayFresh® Technology Keeps Seeds Fresh
What's in the Box:
- 5 lb bag of sunflower kernels
- 5 lb of hulled sunflower kernels
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Most Recent Customer Reviews
Review RateEnergy in a Bag!
The Lyric Sunflower Kernels in the 5 lb. bag have just the nutritional energy to keep our favorite backyard birds and critters moving and bouncing and actively entertaining us!
Review Ratejust what I neededI find the prices to be less than stores and less than other web sites. good deal
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Lyric® Sunflower Kernels Bird Seed - FAQs
Q: Why is it unlikely that these sunflower hearts will sprout?
A: The hull, the outer part of the sunflower seed, is a hard protective layer that is important in the sunflower life cycle. Without this shell, a kernel will be exposed to elements and excess moisture when it falls on the ground.
These conditions make it difficult for the kernel to remain vital. Though its possible, most hulled sunflower seeds won't germinate.
Q: What can I do to keep squirrels off my feeders?
A: Sunflower kernels will be very attractive to squirrels and other animals. To keep them away from your feeders, consider investing in a squirrel resistant feeder.
You can also try squirrel baffles, which make it difficult for squirrels to reach bird feeders.
Q: How should I store bird seed that's not being used?
A: Hulled seeds are particularly susceptible to mold and moisture damage. Store your bird seed in an air-tight container that's placed in a cool, dry place.
Storage containers should also be pest-resistant to avoid any unwanted break-ins.