Attracting wild birds to your garden can be an extremely rewarding process as you sit back and watch the nimble creatures flit around between the trees and bushes. The good news is that attracting them is an easy task no matter where you live and at all times of the year. You’ll also be helping wildlife conservation by protecting species that have been on the decline in recent years.
Our gardens are fast becoming one of the most attractive habitats for wild birds as woodland, hedgerows and suitable farmland disappears. Any garden will attract a number of birds but with a few easy additions, your outside space can become a haven!
Here are our top tips for attracting wild birds to your garden
Scroll through our slideshow and you will soon be attracting the likes of sparrows, chaffinches and starlings
The RSPB Big Garden Bird Watch
Each year at the end of January the RSPB launches the Big Garden Bird Watch. Over the course of three days, you can take part by counting the number of birds you spot in your garden. It’s an initiative that monitors trends and helps wildlife conservationists understand and improve life for wild birds. You can take part in 2019 between 26–28th January.
A few products to get you started…
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