No. A moment's pleasure for you may result in future problems for animals and people.
Processed seeds, bread and other foods that are not part of an animal's natural diet can make them very sick.
Animals that expect to be fed by people can become aggressive, harassing people for food when they are hungry.
Hand-feeding can result in the transfer of illness: both to and from the animal.
Animals that are fed by people may also lose their ability to forage for natural foods.
Feeding native birds is not recommended as it can bring about many health problems and even an early death.
Other ways you can care for native birds
Many people feed birds out of a misguided desire to care for them.
Attract birds to your garden in other ways. Rather than offering food, plant locally native shrubs to encourage nectar-feeding birds.
How to attract birds to your garden (PDF 1.4MB)
Build a next box or birdhouse. Encourage them by providing a shelter safe from predators and pets.
Creating places for birds.
Consider becoming a wildlife volunteer. You can help rescue and care for injured and orphaned birds.
Find your nearest NSW wildlife rescue organisation