How to Attract Garden Birds to Your Garden

  • Jennifer Ganssle
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  • March 16, 2016
  • Bird_11Bringing wild fowl in to our gardens has been a long-lasting love in Britain for centuries. It is a great hobby which brings joy to many individuals all around the globe. Plus, it is not difficult to get into, with a comparatively low startup cost! Bringing wild birds into your garden is not difficult, but does need some patience and a number of fundamental necessities:


    It is necessary to select the right feed to suit your garden birds.

    • Supplying great quality wild bird feeds Straights like Peanuts, including Combined Seed Mixes, fats and live or dehydrated Mealworms.

    • Ensure that you simply supply an extensive assortment of bird feed, as this will bring a greater range of species. Experiment with different wild bird feeds, for instance, Nyger Seeds are only loved by Goldfinch and Greenfinch appreciate Sunflower Seeds.

    birdfeeders-blue-tits-square• Think about the size of the seed you’re offering. Bigger birds like Woodpigeon can handle bigger kinds of seed, whereas smaller species will need small seeds and will eat most seeds.

    • It’s vital that after you begin feeding the birds in your garden, as they become reliant on you as a food source that you continue.

    • During fall/winter food can be tight and fowl will seek high energy (high fat) foods like Suet Blocks, Fat Spheres, Suet Treats, Peanuts, Sultanas or Mixes including Suet Treats to help keep their fat reserves and survive bitter cold nights.

    • Spring and summer bring the promise of better natural food resources and warmer climes, yet it’s essential to keep throughout the year feeding your birds. During this season, wild fowl will want high-protein feeds whilst they moult and raise their young, for example Black Sunflower Seeds, Sultanas, dehydrated or live Waxworms and Mealworms and all round nutritious seed mixes.

    • Prevent using entire feeds Peanuts during spring and summer, outside of a powerful Peanut Feeder and Greasy foods as they could be dangerous to nestlings.


    Rainbow-Lorikeet-in-the-GardenThere are such a wide variety of kinds of feeders on offer, here’s a guide to selecting the one that is appropriate for you.

    • Beginning is simple, select an easy feeder like a great worth Switch Top Feeder to start to tempting wild birds into your garden.

    Specialise your feeders Once you have began to bring visitors. To bring Nyger Seed being used by some Finch attempt a specially constructed Nyger Seed Feeder.

    • Having issues with Squirrels? Choose Squirrel Baffle or a Squirrel Proof Feeder to prevent these cheeky critters snitching your wild bird feed.