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2-Lbs Wild Harvest Daily Blend Bird Seed Blend (Parakeet, Canary & Finch) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 2-Lbs Wild Harvest Daily Blend Bird Seed Blend (Parakeet, Canary & Finch) on sale for $1.86 when you checkout via Subscribe and Save. Shipping is free with Prime or on orders $25+.

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  6. The price should be $1.96 - 5% S&S discount = $1.86 + free shipping w/ Prime or on orders $25+
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Alternatively, Walmart has 2-Lbs Wild Harvest Daily Blend Bird Seed Blend (Parakeet, Canary & Finch) on sale for $1.96. Select free store pickup if stock is available.
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Amazon [amazon.com] has the 2-Lbs Wild Harvest Daily Blend Bird Seed Blend (Parakeet Canary & Finch) for $1.86 when you check out with Subscribe & Save. Shipping is free with Prime or $25+ orders.

Walmart [walmart.com] has the 2-Lbs Wild Harvest Daily Blend Bird Seed Blend (Parakeet Canary & Finch) for $1.96, store pickup only (shipping not available). YMMV.
  • Note price shows as "single $3.69", but when adding to cart I see a price of $1.96 for pickup only. (YMMV).
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  • The Amazon deal price drops to $1.67 with 5 or more Subscribe & Save items for the month.
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Walmart has Wild Harvest Parakeet, Canary & Finch Daily Nutrition Blend 5lbs for $4.64.
It makes no difference from Amazon's 2lbs
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Great. I got 3. Save me a trip to Walmart and free shipping with prime.
I prefer the smaller packages because it keeps the food fresher and organized vs the 5 lbs one.
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Can this be used as wild bird seed? I have lots of wild finches.
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Quote from Xymox :
Can this be used as wild bird seed? I have lots of wild finches.
At least in western states, it is advised to take down all wild bird feeders for the rest of this year to prevent spreading salmonella to songbirds.

https://blog.nature.org/science/2...songbirds/
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I give this to my parakeets more lately than the big tub kind... They don't like it as much, but they'll eat it. I think it has a strong orange peel kind of smell. Definitely a no-brainer at this price though
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Quote from onechadtall :
At least in western states, it is advised to take down all wild bird feeders for the rest of this year to prevent spreading salmonella to songbirds.

https://blog.nature.org/science/2...songbirds/ [nature.org]
Good information. I'm in the North East, but didn't know there was an outbreak in several states. Thanks.
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Quote from onechadtall :
At least in western states, it is advised to take down all wild bird feeders for the rest of this year to prevent spreading salmonella to songbirds.

https://blog.nature.org/science/2...songbirds/ [nature.org]
Thank you, I had no idea about this. I was about to pick some up, but I live in Utah. And thinking about it, I have seen an unusual amount of dead birds with no signs of injury while walking my dog around the neighborhoods.

https://wildlife.utah.gov/news/ut...eders.html
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Quote from Xymox :
Can this be used as wild bird seed? I have lots of wild finches.
Wild finches also like thistle seed. Walmart has a 10lb bag of thistle for $13.23 (regular price). I haven't tried this mixture for the wild finches, but we have tons of finches that love the thistle. But for less than $1 per pound, it might be worth a try.
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Quote from onechadtall :
At least in western states, it is advised to take down all wild bird feeders for the rest of this year to prevent spreading salmonella to songbirds.

https://blog.nature.org/science/2...songbirds/ [nature.org]
I didn't realize you had to clean the feeders so regularly. Thanks for the info!
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I think the deal is dead, showing $7 with subscribe and save discount
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Quote from onechadtall :
At least in western states, it is advised to take down all wild bird feeders for the rest of this year to prevent spreading salmonella to songbirds.

https://blog.nature.org/science/2...songbirds/
Were you unable to answer the original question?
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