I like to feed the birds and I have a feeding station in the garden.

Due to limited finances I usually buy bulk seed out of Birthday money and on my birthday in August 2018, I did just that!

Flutter Butter

In fact I decided to purchase the Flutter Butter peanut butter for birds and the holder.

I had heard that the peanut butter was something the birds would love and you can’t feed normal peanut butter as the salt content is too high!

So I purchased the holder and three jars, the plain, a fruity one and one that contains bugs.

I screwed the holder to my feeding station and screwed in the jar of plain Flutter Butter and expected it to take a few days for the birds to get used to the new feeder!

We get a nice variety of birds visting, House and Tree Sparrows, Blue Tits and Great Tits, Goldfinch, Robins, starlings by the hundred and many more and so I was sure that the Flutter Butter wouldn’t last very long.

Two weeks later nothing had touched the peanut butter and so I swapped out the jars for the buggy one and waited.

Nothing!

So I tried the fruity one and………………………yep you guessed it.

Nothing!

I thought that when the autumn came and the temperature dropped, that the birds would then eat the Flutter Butter to get a food that would help to keep them fed in the cold weather.

It is now 20th December and still nothing has touched the Flutter Butter peanut butter and I am suprised that the Starlings haven’t as they usually eat anything I put out and it goes quick!

I am also amazed that the squirrels haven’t had a feast on it.

I guess it is no suprise that I don’t recommend the Flutter Butter peanut



By Zechariah Richardson

Over 50, disabled, husband, father and gramps who reviews products and writes blog posts about his life, beekeeping, gardening and whatever pops into his brain!

2 thought on “Review of Flutter Butter Peanut Butter for birds”
  1. My God, man…..this product is the product of choice down here in East Sussex. It is eaten by all tits and robins, not to mention starlings, who really dig into it big time. Instead of buying jars, I buy it by the 12.5 Kg. block and refill the jars manually. In the coldest months and when the chicks are being fed, I go through about 3 jars a day. Just saying.

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