All living things need to eat to survive, so food sources are a critical component of wildlife habitat. Native plants form the foundation of the food chain in the natural world and should do the same in your wildlife-friendly garden or landscape. Plants provide food to wildlife in various ways, from berries to nuts to nectar and even the insects they support that feed other animals.
The wild animal food we provide is meant to supplement natural food sources and help wildlife survive in the winter months. Remember not to leave out large quantities of food each evening to prevent your wildlife guests from becoming dependent on handouts. They are wild and need to stay so for the best chance of survival.