I was recently sent a package of wild bird and wildlife food from Wildlife World. I have not paid for these products and my words and opinions remain my own.
The food is of high quality grains, nuts and some dried mealworms depending on which food it is. I put out the squirrel food as squirrels are eating the peanuts I usually have for the birds faster than I can buy it.squirrel food.bird food is high quality and you can buy 'no wheat' and 'no mess' selections. They ate it quickly, they left no mess, so that was good. I've never really thought about 'mess' from bird food as I tend to think that seed/nut casings will just be composted into the ground. If I had my bird feeders over paving I would probably think differently.
The swan and duck food I am saving for when I meet up with my daughter for a socially distanced walk as we often visit a nature reserve that has many swans and ducks. The hedgehog food I have put out at the top of the garden where I know there are hedgehogs though I hardly ever see them. I am told seeing them in daylight is a sign of poor health so I am quite happy I never see them.
I was very impressed with the quality of the food (as were the recipients above). The website itself is full of fantastic products all aimed at supporting our wildlife which is an important thing to do to maintain balance in our garden eco-systems. I can happily recommend these products.