2/26 Balook Drive Beresfield NSW 2322
Monday - Sunday
10am - 4pm
Wombaroo Lorikeet & Honyeater Food is a complete, balanced diet for all nectar-eating species. This includes lorikeets, lories, honeyeaters, wattlebirds, miners, sunbirds & hummingbirds.
Sucrose, glucose, maltodextrin, whey protein isolate, hydrolysed casein, lysine, mannan oligosaccharides, β-glucans, vegetable oils, omega-3 & 6 fatty acids, vitamins A, B1,B2,B6, B12,C,D3,E,K, nicotinamide, pantothenic acid, biotin, folic acid, choline, inositol, calcium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, magnesium, zinc, iron, manganese, copper, iodine, selenium.
Protein12% Fat5% Carbohydrate76% Fibre0.7% Calcium0.7% Iron40 mg/kg Vitamin A3000 IU/kg Metabolisable Energy (ME)17 MJ/kg
Making up Lorikeet & Honeyeater Food
To make 100mL: Mix 3 scoops of powder (30g) with 80mL of warm water.
To make 1 Litre: Mix 300g of powder with 800mL of warm water.
Add half the water to the powder first and mix until dispersed. Then add the remaining water and mix thoroughly. Prepared food can be stored in the fridge for a day or can be frozen for up to 2 weeks. It is useful to make-up larger quantities and store it frozen in small portions (eg ice cube trays), so that the required daily feed volumes can be easily thawed out.
Feeding Captive Birds
Use as the maintenance diet for captive lorikeets, lories & honeyeaters. Do not overfeed as this is wasteful and may cause obesity in captive birds. Birds should be offered fresh fruit and blossom daily.
It is desirable to keep lorikeets and honeyeaters in large aviaries planted with native flowering shrubs. This provides birds with an additional source of pollen, nectar and insects. Prior to and during the breeding season birds should be given fruit and either Wombaroo Insectivore Rearing Mix or Passwell Finch Soft Food.
Supplementing Wild Birds
Wombaroo Lorikeet & Honeyeater Food is an ideal supplement for attracting native birds into the garden. Set up an elevated feeding station on a pole or suspended from the branch of a tree. Provide the prepared food in a shallow, glazed bowl or feeding tube. Ration daily feed to no more than 10mL per lorikeet or 5mL per honeyeater. Always limit the amount of food offered to reduce dependence on the food. Remove the bowl after feeding and thoroughly clean it - disease transmission can be a problem at feed stations. Be aware that when you attract birds into your garden you may also be attracting predators, so steps may need to be taken to avoid this problem.
Jodie & Nathan
Let me first introduce ourselves we are Jodie & Nathan Nisbett-Bickel hence JO-NATH's Animal Kingdom. We have a huge passion an immense respect for animals. We are registered dog breeders and we breed and hand raise birds and parrots. We are proud members of HVAS (Hunter Valley Avicultural Society). Further to this we also sell animal supplies specialising in bird products from labels such as Murphy’s, Vetafarm, Passwell, Wombaroo, Hari Tropican, ZuPreem, Avigrain, JM Produce, Forage, Bird Stands and much more. This came about as we wanted to be able to provide people with the products that we have tried and tested and genuinely recommend. We always endeavour to seek and promote good quality Australian products as much as possible. Being blessed with 7 wonderful children it does not go without its challenges but it does allow your pets to engage and socialise with children and develop within a family environment. The kids love to assist the animals to thrive and allows us to ensure we are providing the very best pets to families who are looking to adopt a feathered or fur baby into their lives. We do this from our home so right from the get go your pet is growing and developing within a family environment not a concrete jungle or facility. Regardless of how old your pets gets if you need advise or have a question we are always here and more than happy to help and that goes for the lifespan of the animal. We have been there from your pets first breath and quite happy to assist and support right up until their last.