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Help and advice! Bird feeding, bird feeders and bird watching can be a challenge at times. That's why we've come up with this list of wild garden bird feeding tips!

Big Garden Bird Watch – Quick Identification Guide

The RSPB's Big Garden Bird Watch is taking place between 25th - 27th January this year, and presents us with the perfect opportunity to sit back and take...

British Finches – An Identification Guide

Some are regular garden visitors, and some are more secretive, woodland dwellers, but how many have you spotted? We're here to lend you a helping hand with identifying...

Preparing Your Garden for Spring Wildlife

We're into a fresh new year, and as we start to look ahead to spring, now is the time to start preparing our gardens for returning wildlife. If...

Perfect Presents for Wildlife Lovers

The festive season is upon us, and it's time to start thinking about getting on with the Christmas shopping. But if the idea of trawling the high street...

Keeping Wildlife Safe On Bonfire Night

Bonfire night is a tradition going back centuries, but it can be a dangerous time for garden wildlife. So we've put together some advice and tips to make...

Birds in Halloween Folklore

Birds have been part of the Halloween tradition for a long time — even before the demonic few from Alfred Hitchcock’s “The Birds” in 1963! But why do...

Hibernation Habits

The nights are getting shorter, and with the clocks going back in just one week's time it won't be long until we start seeing the first frosts of...

Helping Birds Prepare for Migration

There's a noticeable change in the air; the nights are getting longer, and the temperature is beginning to drop. The time has come for our summer-visiting feathered friends...

How to Help Garden Wildlife in Autumn

As summer begins to wind down and we enter autumn, many of our favourite garden visitors begin to prepare for their long sleep through the winter months. Some...

How to attract woodpeckers to your garden

There are over 200 species of woodpecker worldwide, and in the British Isles we are lucky enough to have three of them resident with us; green woodpeckers, great...

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