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Splendid Box

Splendid Box

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Designed for serious birdwatchers with multiple feeder types that seek to attract both the greatest number and widest diversity of wild birds to their outdoor space

A Splendid Box includes:

  • 10 lbs of premium Everyday Wild Bird Food thoughtfully blended for the birds in your area. Contains premium ingredients perfectly proportioned for the birds in your zip code. Choose from Regular, No Waste, and Hot Pepper blend options. No Waste is a great choice for those with patios and decks who prefer not to see hulls left behind. Hot Pepper mix is great if you have a squirrel problem - the birds love it and the squirrels avoid it! 
  • 5 lbs of gourmet Specialty Wild Bird Food custom-crafted to bring a wider range of birds to your backyard. Depending on the season and what birds are in your area this could be a Finch Mix, Woodpecker Blend, or other variety. 
  • 1.5 lb box of special recipe Suet Cakes made in small batches with premium ingredients containing no salt or sugar. Hand-cut and hand-wrapped in deli paper.
  • 1 pound of Dried Mealworms - the ultimate treat for your insect-loving birds.
  • Personalized information-packed letter from one of our experts detailing what birds you can expect to see in your backyard this month plus customized tips to help you live your best birdwatching life. 

What else you'll love:

  • Subscribe and save 15% on every box! With our no-risk subscription, you can cancel, pause, change or update your subscription anytime.
  • Flat rate shipping that saves you money.
  • Data-informed approach: We use current and historical bird sighting data to keep track of what birds are in your area each month and adjust your mixes accordingly so you're only offering up exactly what both your year-round and migratory bird visitors want.
  • Plastic-free packaging that doesn't harm the environment. Everything is recyclable and even our transparent mealworm packaging is compostable!
  • Charitable support: For every 10 lbs of birdseed sold, we donate $1 to organizations serving those with mental health issues or addiction because everyone deserves to live a peaceful, happy life. 


Studies have shown that those who watch birds are less stressed, happier, and show overall greater satisfaction with life. It’s simple. The more birds you see (and the more variety you find), the happier you’ll become.

That's why we created Happy Birdwatcher, to help you attract more birds and feel happier! 

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Sourced with care

All our birdseed blends are thoughtfully curated, hand-mixed in small batches, and made-to-order. Each ingredient in our birdseed blends is Amish-crafted and delivered fresh to us.

Birds of a feather, say no to plastic

Ok, that might not be how the saying goes. The truth is we care about birds, people, and the planet and therefore use only paper product bags, recyclable boxes, and fully compostable transparent pouches.

Customer Reviews

Based on 23 reviews

Exceptional quality

Erica Teiper

I absolute loved the bag of blended seed for my area or rather the birds did ! They enjoyed the suet very much too. I think next time I’d buy the no mess blend though.

Present for my mom

I got this for my mom, and she absolutely loved everything. She said she will be ordering from here, and loved the personalized touches.

Donna Gilbert
Partial success

The Everyday Feed is very popular with the Cardinals, Finches, Chickadees, Rose-Breasted Grosbeak, and Titmice. They don't seem to mind the chili powder coating which does seem to repel the squirrels. The specialty food was a great hit with the smaller Finches, i.e. Goldfinches, Purple Finches, and the Sparrows. The suet cakes were a giant hit with the Woodpeckers and the Grackles. On the other hand, the mealworms were not popular with anyone, not in the feeder or on the ground.

Such a game changer-- so many local birds!

For the first week there was no activity from my tube and flat feeder so I scattered seeds around the ground and nearby bushes. Then I got some house finches, usu in pairs. then those guys must have spread the word because every morning now we have flocks! In the last week, 5 different types: greater and lesser goldfinch, mourning doves, orioles, towhee. I'm using a free app from Cornell Lab that has helped me identify them. And those pesky squirrels have tried the chili pepper and quickly fled away.