Garden Birds

Caring for Garden Birds

Bird Feeding
In 3 easy Steps

How To Start Birdfeeding

Depending on your outside space and budget, feeding the birds in your garden can be as big or as small a project as you would like it to be. Whether you’re looking to give a new area of sanctuary for garden birds, want to teach a younger generation to love the natural world, or simply desire a new distraction, you can have instant pleasure watching and caring for visiting birds in your garden.

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Bird Feeder

Which Bird Feeder To Buy

It's not hard to find an ideal feeding place for birds, as long as you remember they birds to stay safe while they eat, so keep it close to easy escape shrubbery, but not somewhere predators can lurk underneath or pounce from. Plus, keep the area clean and hygienic - we have lots of low maintenance options to keep our wildlife healthy!

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Bird Food

Which Bird Foods To Buy

Want to give that Robin a daily mealworm treat? Or see the Goldfinch visit your garden every day with a buffet of nyjer seed? Or just share the love and delight your Blue Tits with sunflower hearts? With lots of different foods available, we’ve made it easier for you with our helpful guide. So you can be sure the food you put out will attract the birds and make your garden the go to venue for local wildlife.

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Nest Boxes

Nest Boxes In Gardens

Many of us feed our garden birds, but only a few of us go to the next step and provide nesting sites for them. But why should you put up a nest box in your garden? With many green spaces disappearing for development, more and more natural nesting sites are being lost, which is thought to be why some of our most common bird species are declining. Having a nest box isn’t just good for the birds, it can help us connect with wildlife, which has a positive impact on us.

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Garden Wildlife

Caring for Garden Wildlife

Connecting With Nature

Connecting With Nature

Whatever is going on in our own lives, take some re-assurance that the natural world around us will continue to go about it’s business as usual. No matter what the season, there’s always something to watch or listen, if you just stop and look for it. Research has found that even having a basic connection with nature such as feeding garden birds has a positive impact on our mental well-being. It’s so important we look after our mental health, as well as physical health, and just having that connection with the wildlife on our doorstep can be a great starting point.

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Create A Wildlife Friendly Garden

Create A Wildlife Friendly Garden

Wildlife-friendly planting is a great starting point in creating a garden where wildlife can thrive. Birds, insects and mammals such as hedgehogs, bats and frogs, need a garden where they have a place to shelter, can safely breed and find adequate suitable food. Having a selection of wildlife-friendly plants can support all of these requirements, and is a great first step in creating a safe space for wildlife.

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Garden Mammals And Other Wildlife

Garden Mammals And Other Wildlife

Most of us associate birds, bees, butterflies and bugs with our gardens and rightly so these are excellent wildlife to see and hear on a daily basis. But there's a whole host of other wildlife that's just itching to spend more time in your garden, or more importantly may already be there and could do with a little attention.

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