1. Harmony Lorikeet & Honeyeater Mix

HARMONY Lorikeet and Honey Eater is the perfect way to attract beautifully coloured and great natured lorikeets and honey eaters to your backyard. Lorikeets and honey eaters are nectar lovers and feeding them seeds or bread soaked in honey or sugar can actually cause them long term harm.
The good news is HARMONY Lorikeet and Honey Eater is specially designed for nectar eaters.
Using HARMONY is the first step in making your backyard a bird-friendly haven.

Creating your bird heaven: Using Harmony is the first step in making your backyard a bird-friendly haven. Here are some other things you can do brighten up your backyard with birds all year round. Nectar Mix- You can feed Harmony to lorikeets and honey eaters a number of ways: simply put it in a dish, sprinkle it over cut fruit, or mix with a little warm water (50g to 1 litre and remember to clean your dish everyday if you use this method). Water - All birds love clean, fresh water. If you provide this for them you'll enjoy a regular bathing show. Plants- There is a large range of nectar producing plants available. It is a good idea to make sure there is something in flower every day of the year. For further information on suitable nectar producing plants, consult your local garden nursery.
NECTAR MIX – You can feed HARMONY to lorikeets and honey eaters a number of ways: simply put it in a dish, sprinkle it over cut fruit, or mix with a little warm water (50g to 1 litre and remember to clean your dish every day if you use this method). WATER – All birds love clean, fresh water. If you provide this for them you’ll enjoy a regular bathing show. PLANTS – There is a large range of nectar producing plants available. It is a good idea to make sure there is something in flower every day of the year. For further information on suitable nectar producing plants, consult your local garden nursery.
Rainbow Lorikeet: They always quick to find a new feeding table so you should always have fresh food on offer. They also appreciate denser plants so they’re not disturbed while they’re eating. Singing Honey Eater: Like to have your own duet or choir in your backyard? Then by attracting singing honey eaters, you can enjoy their song everyday. They prefer open areas and can nest as low as 5m from the ground. Little Lorikeet: Aim high when you’re feeding these, as they tend to stay nestled within the canopy to feed and not come to the ground. They’re usually found in family groups or small flocks.

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