With about 10,000 known bird species, it can seem like quite an undertaking to learn about them. Why not start by finding out about the birds in your own neighbourhood? Read on to learn about these wonderful creatures!
Providing food and shelter for birds during the cold winter months is a regular habit in the UK, but how many of us continue to feed birds during warmer summer months too?
If squirrels are persistently driving you nuts, you’re not alone! We’ve compiled a list of ten reasons to hate squirrels - from the mildly annoying to the deeply irritating!
For avid gardeners and birdwatchers alike, there’s no better time to start sprucing up the garden in preparation for those feathered springtime arrivals.
Many people choose and gain enjoyment from supplementing their garden birds' diet with extra food – especially in the winter.
Are cats causing bird declines?
Although they may be the majority, pigeons are not the only birds that can be found living in big cities.
During winter, birds are more likely to visit our gardens to seek food. People can massively improve these bird's chances of survival by providing food.
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If you are a keen birder or simply enjoy the beauty of avian wildlife in your back garden, then a bird house is the perfect way to attract our feathered friends.
A worrying decline in wild bird populations in the UK has been tallied to the figure of 13.7% since 1977, with some species falling by as much as two thirds.
If you spot a nest in your garden, what can you do to help to help protect them?
Like Humans, birds can be contaminated by contagious diseases such as the Avian flu, the Trichomas Gallinae and the Salmonellosis. For this reason, keeping your bird feeders clean is crucial to prevent your feathered visitors from contaminating each other.