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Published 13th December 2020

Do birds become dependent on bird feeders

For centuries people have fed birds in our gardens, but for decades we've relied on bird feeders; so birds in the wild become dependent on their use.

Published 12th December 2020

How long before birds find feeder

It could be as soon as you've setup a bird feeder before birds come to it, but it can be longer if you are in an area that is not frequented with birds often.

Published 11th December 2020

Can birds eat salted peanuts

Never feed regular salted peanuts to garden birds as they contain natural toxins; so there's no doubt about, it will lead to ill health and eventually death.

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 5th October 2020

THE TOP 10 Bird Baths on Stand

Refer to my top ten bird baths list with those fixed to a tall stand; bird baths are made in cast iron or stone resin, with little cheaper plastic options.

Published 28th August 2020

Can wild birds eat pears

Wait until fruit eating wild birds visit your garden as these will be the likely contenders to feed on a cut open pear, providing its accessible and easy to find.

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 17th August 2020

Best Lantern Style bird feeders

To be the best Lantern style bird feeder it must hold a high capacity of seeds, have a hoop to connect to bracket, and be easily accessible.

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.