Free Shipping on all orders! USE COUPON CODE NEW10 TO SAVE 10% OFF
- 33%

Wagner’s 62011 Eastern Regional Blend Wild Bird Food, 8-Pound Bag 8-Pound Bag Food

(13 customer reviews)

Attracts many beautiful perching and ground feeding Eastern songbirds
Contains seeds that Eastern songbirds desire including sunflower and safflower
Can be fed in a tube, hopper, or platform feeders
Highest quality grains used in blending
Made in the USA


Out of stock

Added to wishlistRemoved from wishlist 0
Add to compare
SKU: B004477AKI Category:

Wagner’s Eastern Regional Blend will attract more of the songbirds you want to see by offering more of the seeds backyard birds in your area look for. Blended with black oil sunflower, striped sunflower seed, safflower seed and other select grains, it’s sure to be a hit at the feeder. You’ll be surprised at the types of wild birds you will attract. This blend works well in all types of feeders, by offering your backyard birds a larger quantity of the seeds they enjoy, you will be rewarded with the different types of songbirds that will come to your feeders. Cardinals, Chickadees, Finches and Blue Jays will be frequent visitors to your backyard. Trust your backyard birds to the experts at Wagner’s.

Specification: Wagner’s 62011 Eastern Regional Blend Wild Bird Food, 8-Pound Bag 8-Pound Bag Food

Weight 7.68 lbs

13 reviews for Wagner’s 62011 Eastern Regional Blend Wild Bird Food, 8-Pound Bag 8-Pound Bag Food

2.8 out of 5
Write a review
Show all Most Helpful Highest Rating Lowest Rating
  1. Susan

    The ingredients are listed on the bag in this order: White Millet, Black Oil Sunflower Seed, Striped Sunflower Seed, Cracked Corn, then Milo fifth. My recent purchase appears to be HALF milo seed, and contrary to what you may read online, birds do not want to eat it. If the list of ingredients is done the way grocery products are, in order by quantity, e.g. Flour, sugar, etc., then I definitely did not get my money’s worth and Wagner’s is not being honest with their customers about the quality of the product.Read more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  2. Beth M

    The seed I received seems fresh and I have no complaints about quality, but it doesn’t match Amazon’s picture of the package. That picture has a label that says it contains 25% sunflower and safflower. My package doesn’t say that. And no way did it contain the 25%. We have a variety of birds so nothing gets rejected, but Wagner needs to provide an honest photo.Read more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  3. Lorri Griffin

    While this might be an okay blend, it definitely was not one to attract a great variety of birds. I was looking for a substitute for the expensive sunflower and safflower seeds I’ve been feeding my birds. With my previous choice, I had a great variety of beautiful birds. Those birds stopped coming almost immediately upon me using this product. No more cardinals, Blue Jays, woodpeckers, and house and gold finches. Just sparrows and a fat squirrel. Unless sparrows and squirrels are considered “Eastern bird,” this mix is a sad blend. Lots of those small rounded seeds that are usually kicked out and end up growing under my bird feeders. Tons of filler. I’m hoping I can put some out in an area where the squirrels can enjoy while allowing real Eastern birds to return to my bird feeders. Had ordered a bag and signed up for Subscribe and Save. Didn’t take me but a day or two to realize this is not going to work. Cancelled subscription. Now am stuck with a large unused portion of this seed. No birds want it. So now I hope the squirrels will be willing to take it off my hands.Read more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  4. SBR247

    Prior to using this particular “Eastern Regional” bird seed blend, I had to add more seed to my feeder every 3 to 4 days. It’s been two weeks and the birds are not frequenting the feeder like they use to. The birds have picked through and eaten the black oil sunflower seed and white millet that they can access, but the milo is in abundance and they are not interested in it (see photo). The Milo is also the majority ingredient of the blend. I’d like to return it, but I already dumped the contents of the bag into a bin and discarded the plastic bag it came in.Read more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  5. JMG

    Good low price but most of the seed is the Milo seed that small birds do not eat. Wagner and many other seed companies are using far too much red and white Milo Seed which is a cheap filler seed or what is also called Sorghum seed. Small birds do not eat these seeds. The smallest bird that will eat this seed last are doves, pigeons, chickens, and turkeys. Avoid Milo seed if you like smaller birds and Cardinals.Read more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  6. Angeline

    I bought this after reading that Eastern birds would love it. Well they love tossing it on the ground and not eating it. I’ve never seen birds, squirrels and chipmunks avoid this product sooo much! I can see how some birds might be picky but not squirrels! It’s just a big mess under the feeder for all the stuff not eaten. It’s an expensive waste. I’ve bought several other brands and kinds and the only waste would be the shells of the seeds, for this particular brand, 80pct goes to waste as not edible or palatable. 2 scoops on the ground, the rest of the bag going in the trash unfortunately.Read more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  7. Russell Fanelli

    We had been using Wagner’s Greatest Variety Bird Seed and Lyric Supreme Bird Seed. Both mixes attracted a wide variety of birds to our feeder. My wife states categorically that the Wagner’s seed attracts more birds and she has even tested her statement by placing the Wagner’s on one part of the driveway and the Supreme on another part of the driveway. It was a close call, but the Wagner’s did appear to attract more birds. Now for the Wagner’s Eastern Regional blend. It sounded like a good idea; that is, a mix specially designed for our Eastern birds. Sorry. In the two weeks we experimented with this seed we lost half the birds at our feeder. The ones that remained were the sparrows and doves. They seem to like some of this blend. However, much of this Eastern Blend even the sparrows and doves won’t eat. I found myself using a broom to sweep up the mess left behind as the sparrows threw out all the seed they would not eat. We are back to using the Wagner’s Greatest Variety and many of our old friends are back with us. Today we saw cardinals, blue jays, nuthatches, etc., all of which had gone missing with the Eastern Blend. Good bird seed is expensive, as we know, but like most things, we get what we pay for. The Eastern Blend may be cheaper than the Greatest Variety, but after all the waste of the Eastern Blend was picked up and thrown away, the Greatest Variety proved to be less expensive. We live in Western MA. If anyone has a recommendation for an outstanding bird seed for our region, please leave a comment. Thanks.Read more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  8. Glenshee Fairy

    First off, it is really dusty. I’m going to need to wash my sweatshirt after transferring it to the stainless steel lidded can I keep the bird feed in because there was so much dust. I really have to wonder what percentage of the weight is just dust. I could overlook that if the birds at least liked it. The birds and even the squirrels barely touched it the first day. I started winnowing out the seeds for several minutes before filling the feeder and they are eating it OK now. The other issue is that although it only looked a little worse than the seeds I usually buy locally, the birds were kicking more of the “junk” seeds out onto the ground.Read more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  9. Debbie

    Purchased my first bird feeder and placed it in the backyard. Within a week, I had finches, sparrows, blue jays, cardinals, and morning doves. Unfortunately, it also attracted the local squirrels. I blame my bird feeder for not being as squirrel proof as I thought. I have refilled my bird feeder twice this week already!Read more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  10. Cynthia S.

    The birds absolutely love this food. I have had over 40 birds show up all at once just to eat! This food attracts so many birds I needed to buy a second bird feeder!Read more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  11. Zaad

    Bit too pricey compared to what is available in the market. Shouldn’t be above $7-$10.Read more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  12. robert


    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  13. Glen

    Very good and it attracts the Mourning Doves which is wonderful.Read more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this

    Add a review

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

    You may also like…

    Wagner’s 62011 Eastern Regional Blend Wild Bird Food, 8-Pound Bag 8-Pound Bag Food
    Wagner’s 62011 Eastern Regional Blend Wild Bird Food, 8-Pound Bag 8-Pound Bag Food


    Add address

    CartGet - Your Digital Corner Store
    Compare items
    • Total (0)
    Shopping cart