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Wild Bird Advice - Page 7

Published 10th December 2020

7 ways to feed fat balls to birds

Feeding suet fat balls to wild birds in a safe way can include using a fat ball feeder, offer them loose or break fat balls up to throw over lawn or patio.

Published 20th October 2020

Reputable Bird Feeder companies

Listed are up to fifteen wild bird feeder companies who manufacturer or slap their brand onto made in the UK feeders, along with other beneficial supplies.

Published 25th August 2020

How to level a concrete bird bath

To position a concrete bird bath that is not quite level would require a helping of gravel under the bird bath, or use a single patio slab or stepping stone.

Published 13th August 2020

Where to hang suet feeder

Hang up a suet block or ball feeder on the bird feeding station, wall bracket or off the bird table; what is effective is inside a tree or off a hedgerow branch.

Published 10th June 2020

How to keep Crows out of garden

How you keep crows out of the garden is by removing all food sources; so you need to remove bird feeders while covering fruit bushes or plants when in season.

Published 7th June 2020

Wild birds won't use bird bath

If wild birds won't use your brand new bird bath only time and patience is usually needed, but it helps to create a food source while topping up with fresh water.

Published 6th June 2020

Best position for bird table

Position of a bird table can be central to the garden lawn or patio; only setup where your views are not obstructed, but natural coverage does help.

Published 4th August 2019

Robin nest box size

Robin nest box sizes vary greatly; minimum requirement is a 200mm height by 200mm width, with an entrance hole that is 100mm high.

Published 4th August 2019

How to secure bird table to ground

How you secure a bird table to the ground is easy; make use of metal stabilising pegs or make your own to impale into the garden lawn.

Published 4th August 2019

What is a nesting box?

It can be confusing well referring to a nesting box in more ways than one, but to put it lightly, its a wooden box for wild birds to nest or root.