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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.

Published 12th June 2019

Bird box hole size guide

Handy Bird box hole size guide for nesting garden birds or rarer bird species, with the rounded hole or open front design dominating wild bird boxes.

Published 11th June 2019

Do Wrens eat mealworms

Wrens do like to eat mealworms so keep a healthy supply in the feeder, but you could attract them more by throwing them on the ground.

Published 10th June 2019

Best bird feeders guide

Best bird feeders guide offers an insight into all types of feeders for your garden, with the pole system the best, followed by the peanut feeder.

Published 9th June 2019

How to hand feed wild birds

Invite Tits, Dunnocks, Nuthatches and sparrows to feed from your hand, with peanut or mealworms used for them to perch on hand.