Review: This is One of the Best Bird Seeds on Amazon

I recently purchased some Audubon Park Sunflower Hearts online. I usually buy my bird seed in-person, but I was really busy and in a pinch. After using the seed for a few weeks, I’m ready to declare that it’s one of the best bird seeds I’ve purchased on Amazon (and I’ve bought my fair share since starting bird feeding in 2020).

I’ve always been a fan of sunflower chips for bird feeding. Sunflower is one of the best things to offer for the widest variety of birds at your feeders (more on that later). But, for a slightly higher price point, sunflower chips also eliminate the mess of leftover shells in your yard. This is essential for me, as I live in an apartment development.

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When I purchased the Audubon Sunflower Chips, the price was right around $19 for the five pound bag, on-par or lower-priced than many other sunflower chips on the website (this is all subject to change).

A picture of a tube bird feeder next to a bag of sunflower chips for bird feeding. This is now one of the best bird seeds I've used.
I originally paired this bird seed with a cheap (but great!) tube feeder I also found on Amazon.

I currently have this seed in two tube feeders, but it will be great in any type of bird feeder. It’s been incredibly popular! Here’s a full listing of the types of birds that enjoy sunflower chips below.

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Birds that Will like this Bird Seed:

  • Blue Jays
  • Cardinals
  • Chickadees
  • Finches
  • Goldfinches
  • Grosbeaks
  • Mourning Doves
  • Nuthatches
  • Pine Siskins
  • Titmice
  • Woodpeckers (my Downy Woodpeckers love it)
  • Wrens

I also prioritize getting bird seeds with no fillers, stuff like red milo and oats. This seed delivers on that front! Here’s a shot of the back label verifying that this bird seed is free of fillers. Check the ingredient list!

The back of a bag of sunflower chips showing the ingredients list.
Sunflowers are a great offering for birds with protein and fat!

It’s not just me enjoying the product too, I bought this seed originally because it currently has a 4.7/5 customer review rating.

So, if you’re looking to purchase this seed, here’s a link to it on Amazon. If you do, I’d love to hear about your experiences in the comments below!

If you want to shop varieties of sunflower chips in general on Amazon, here’s a link to that as well.

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