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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!

What to do when a bird hits your window

Lead pic credit: Sherri Dawn We all love seeing those beautiful garden birds visit our gardens, chirping away on the feeders. Unfortunately, it’s not always plain sailing for our...

How to deter cats from feeders

It’s never pleasant to see cats terrorising your feathered friends. Perhaps you’re a cat owner yourself, and feel saddened when your furry pet brings home its prey. Luckily...

How to deter mice and rats from your feeders

Picture the scene: you’ve put out all this lovely food to attract garden birds to your feeders, to give nature a helping hand. But it’s not goldfinches or...

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...

What to do if you find a baby bird

  Throughout summer, it's not uncommon to find a baby bird sitting on the ground by itself or hopping around without any sign of its parents. But what is...

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...

How to put up a nest box

The nest box is perhaps as vital a part of looking after the garden birds as a feeder, or the feed itself. With so many trees, natural...

What is the Big Garden Birdwatch?

The British public love nature. By browsing on social media platforms or looking at the TV schedule, you can see what we mean. It seems that more and...

How to make your garden bird friendly – a Q&A with...

You can’t take the garden out of garden birds. The plants and lawn, the paths and boundaries; they are all part of an ecosystem that helps to...

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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