suet & mealworms
“Like us, birds enjoy a treat and suet ticks the box because it's high in natural oils and energy. However, feeding suet can be a simple process: No feeder to clean. No waste husk to gather on the ground. Dried mealworms are full of proteins and are easy to feed. Combine the two and you’re laughing.” – Bill Oddie
Energy boosting goodness for birds.
“Suet can attract irregular garden visitors and one of the most splendid of these is the Great Spotted Woodpecker. He'll generally visit gardens in search of peanuts but suet would up your chances of attracting one in the first place.
Sprinkling suet pellets on the ground can attract a greater variety of bird species. Blackbirds, Starlings, Robins and thrushes prefer to feed on the ground and pellets are light enough to be airlifted to a safer place whilst they are gobbled up. Pellets can also be piled neatly onto bird tables where they'll attract even more birds.” – Bill Oddie.