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Bird food: Why Calvita is so important

What is Calvita and why is it so important?

Calvita, which is unique to Peckish, is a specially developed supplement that gives birds vitamins and also minerals that are essential to their development

Peckish wild bird food is formulated to be high in energy. This provides the birds with enough calories to meet the high demands of their bodies. Peckish bird food also contains straight seeds and nuts as well as a unique supplement; Calvita.

Calvita helps wild garden birds in several key areas. Here are some examples:

To Supplement Naturally Available Foods

Birds are incredibly active. They spend a significant proportion of daylight hours foraging and searching for food. If natural food sources are low, there is a potential for birds to become malnourished. Peckish range of wild bird food, together with Calvita supplement, helps to keep wild birds strong and healthy.

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Calcium for Eggs and Bones

It’s important that wild birds receive the right amount of calcium in order for them to stay strong and have healthy bones, but also in order to produce healthy eggs. Birds egg shells are made almost entirely from calcium, this means that calcium is an essential requirement for reproductive success.


Calvita is so important as it also contains a variety of vitamins and biotin to help maintain healthy beaks, feathers, and for their general well being.

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