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Published 19th June 2019

Where to site a bird box

Bird box location is vital for attracting the right species; it should be within reach to clean, but high enough to keep it safe from predators.

Published 19th June 2019

Do birds fly at night

If a wild bird that is normally active in the day flies at night, its because it was probably startled; though it is possible few species do fly at night time.

Published 19th June 2019

Where do birds go at night

Most common birds in Britain will head back to there nest to sleep, well some wild bird species are known to sleep on the wing, or in flight.

Published 18th June 2019

How to attract birds to window feeder

Bring garden birds up to your window bird feeder by supplying them peanuts, seeds and fat balls, well removing all other food sources.

Published 18th June 2019

Should I put anything in my bird box

You can put materials in your bird box but its not nessessery; but if you do, build up a 2 to 3 inch foundation of leaves, grass and soft bark.

Published 17th June 2019

Where to put a bird bath

Site your bird bath where birds are likely to take to it in the garden; keep it close to overflowing plants but still within in a quiet spot.

Published 16th June 2019

British birds list

Our British birds list is ever growing with all common and rare birds to spot; with bird names, residential status, what they eat and live.

Published 14th June 2019

Keeping squirrels out of feeders

Keep squirrels out of the bird feeder by following our simple solutions; well challenging it is possible to keep them out of reach from the food.

Published 14th June 2019

Do bird boxes need a perch

Bird boxes do not need a perch as small birds can manage fine without one, if a perch is present this will only help predatory larger birds.

Published 13th June 2019

Small garden birds UK guide

Small common garden birds in the UK include Tits, Firecrest, Robins and Wrens; where your garden is located will depend on arrivals.