With the flutter of wings and the melody of a song, birds can turn any garden into a lively symphony. Here in Britain, our gardens can become a haven for various bird species, each adding a touch of magic to our daily lives.
Whether you’re an avid birdwatcher or simply love the presence of these feathered friends, our selection of bird feeders and houses is designed to invite nature’s best singers right into your backyard. Let’s delve into how you can attract a kaleidoscope of birds to your garden and why our products are the perfect choice for every bird enthusiast.
Attracting birds to your garden involves more than just putting out a feeder. Here are some tips to help you create a bird-friendly environment:
Our bird feeders are crafted to cater to the dietary needs of the UK’s most beloved garden birds. Here’s why our feeders stand out:
Our birdhouses are not just functional; they’re also ornamental, adding a quaint aesthetic to any garden. Here are the features that make our birdhouses special:
In the UK, many species of birds frequent garden spaces, especially if those gardens are well-tended and inviting. Here are some of the most common garden birds in the UK and how you can specifically attract each:
These birds are attracted to a variety of seeds and grains. A robust seed mix in your feeders will do well to attract them. Ensure you have dense hedges or bushes for them to nest and take cover.
Blue Tits enjoy a mix of peanuts, sunflower seeds, and suet. They also need nesting boxes with small entrance holes to protect them from predators.
They are fond of fruit, insects, and suet blocks. Starlings are also communal birds, so they prefer open feeders where they can gather in numbers.
They feed on insects, earthworms, and fruit. Blackbirds will often forage on the ground for food, so scattering some mealworms can be particularly effective in attracting them.
Robins are attracted to mealworms, suet, and crushed peanuts. They tend to be more solitary so prefer feeders where they don’t have to compete with other birds. Having a birdhouse with an open front can also encourage them to nest in your garden.
These birds like a variety of seeds, particularly sunflower seeds. They are ground feeders, so a ground tray feeder works well.
They are one of the larger birds you’ll find in British gardens and will eat practically anything, but they particularly like grains and seeds. They are ground feeders so will benefit from scattered seeds or a platform feeder.
Similar to the Blue Tit, they enjoy sunflower seeds, peanuts, and suet. Great Tits also need nesting boxes but can handle slightly larger entrance holes than those for Blue Tits.
These birds are attracted to niger seeds and sunflower hearts. They prefer to feed from hanging tube feeders with small perches due to their small size.
Wrens enjoy small insects and spiders, so leaving some wild, undisturbed areas in your garden can help attract these birds. They also like suet and mealworms and use dense shrubs or bushes for nesting.
Each of these species has its preferences not only in food but also in the type of feeders they use and the locations they frequent. Here are some tips on feeders and accessories to attract them:
Inviting birds into your garden is a rewarding experience that brings life and colour to your outdoor space. With our top-of-the-line bird feeders and houses, you can create a sanctuary for feathered friends and enjoy the serenade of bird songs all year round. Explore our collection today and take the first step towards making your garden a birdwatcher’s dream.
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