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Claus GmbH combines the brands Claus and Aleckwaand the representation in Germany of Mazuri Zoo Foods.


Gut für den wichtigen Winterspeck - Igelfit liefert wichtige Proteine für die kleinen Fleischfresser!


Zoo-Augsburg informiert über den Welt-Nashorn-Tag


Leider immer noch grausame Realität - Singvögel als Delikatessen gejagt z.B. auf Zypern.


Our new hedgehog feed from Aleckwa, "Our Best", is also in the Interzoo video:


We look forward to seeing you!


loves insects...

The wren is one of the smallest birds in Europe.
It measures only 9 to 11 cm and weighs just approx. 10 grams. It is one of the endangered local species and lives in forests, gardens and parks in the undergrowth and scrub, where it is excellently camouflaged with its rust-brown banded plumage. As an insect-eater, it can be attracted in the garden with soft feed. It finds mealworms particularly tasty...

... these are available from Claus dried as a bird snack or as live feed in different packs



The wren



Our house biologist recommends:

Scientists are now urgently recommending year-round feeding, including in our home gardens, because the diversity of bird species is being globally and drastically reduced by worsening pollution of the environment and a decline in food sources (according to the IUCN World Conservation Union, around 50% of our local bird species are classed as "endangered"). In order to assist as many bird species as possible, it is important to offer a variety of feed, for both grain-eating and fruit and nectar-eating birds: our garden bird mixture contains a high proportion of molluscs and crustaceans (20%), plus approx. 15 % seeds, so that a wide spectrum is covered.

In spring, in addition to this, feed containing insects for the rearing of young birds and of course live feed are particularly important. This is why we have developed a special nestling or rearing feed that provides the animals with everything that they need to survive and flourish.

Special nesting and rearing feeds can help
Suitable for, among others, swallows and swifts




Lonely foundlings

Anybody who finds a helpless or injured young bird in spring should first of all find out whether it can be placed back in the nest or left in the place in which it was found. This is because even birds that leave the nest before they are fledged are normally still looked after by their parents. To make sure of this, the bird must first be carefully observed for a longer period of time. Injured animals should immediately be handed over to the care of a vet. Young birds that have actually been left by the parents require constant and extensive care and feeding for a period of approx. 3 weeks...





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