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  1. How to attract robins

    How to attract robins

    Robins are Britain’s most loved bird and are regular visitors to UK gardens. Below we go over a few helpful tips for attracting robins to your garden and encouraging them to become regulars at your feeders. And you never know; they might even decide to hang around, start a family and call your garden home.

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  2. A new year for feeding birds

    A new year for feeding birds

    If you aren't an avid bird watcher or have never considered regularly feeding birds, you might wonder why you should start feeding birds this year? Apart from seeing and hearing wild birds fluttering around and singing in your garden, you may be pleased to know that bird feeding is helping bird populations thrive. And it is also one of the most pleasant, rewarding and relaxing pastimes for you and your entire family to enjoy.

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  3. What can I feed birds from my Christmas dinner?

    What can I feed birds from my Christmas dinner?

    Our Christmas dinner is probably one of our most looked forward to meals of the year, so why not invite a few more guests of the feathered kind to make sure it all gets eaten up!

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  4. December cold snap is here, and it's time to feed the birds

    December cold snap is here, and it's time to feed the birds

    Temperatures in the UK are about to get colder than usual, and garden birds need our help now more than ever during this sudden cold snap. And with fewer hours in the day to forage for food, your local wild birds will appreciate any help you can give them.

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  5. What is the best nesting box for UK birds?

    What is the best nesting box for UK birds?

    As a hopefully permanent feature in our outside areas, choosing the perfect nest box can be a challenge. With different styles, materials and entrance sizes to mull over, you may find yourself a little muddled with what one is best. In this blog, we let you know what makes a good bird home.

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  6. How to choose the best bird table

    How to choose the best bird table

    Bird tables are excellent at attracting hungry birds, and with feeding available from every angle, they are a sure-fire way to see a hive of activity of in your garden.

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  7. 5 tips on how to clean your bird feeder

    5 tips on how to clean your bird feeder

    Having a clean feeder goes a long way to ensuring a successful bird feeding routine. By cleaning your feeder regularly, not only will you attract more birds but it will help your feeder (and the food in it!) stay in good condition.

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  8. 5 reasons to have a bird bath

    5 reasons to have a bird bath

    If you’re thinking of adding a new bird accessory to your garden area, why not try a bird bath? They are a perfect addition to any garden space, and one that can help birds to cool down during the peak summer temperatures, or hydrate after a day of flying and foraging.

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  9. 10 reasons to love wild birds

    10 reasons to love wild birds

    With half of British homeowners now feeding birds, it’s no wonder that more and more of us are now wanting to bring them into our lives. But what is it that inspires a love for wild birds in the first place?

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  10. What bird seed attracts what birds

    What bird seed attracts what birds

    When it comes to choosing a bird seed for your feeders, the choice is vast, and it can become difficult to choose the right type of bird food mixture and which to leave out.

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  11. 4 tips for hanging a bird feeder

    4 tips for hanging a bird feeder

    So, you have recently purchased a bird feeder, but now you’re wondering where you should place it in your garden? To help you choose the best location, there are a few things you should consider beforehand.

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  12. What is the best food to put on a bird table?

    What is the best food to put on a bird table?

    Using a bird table to feed garden birds is a great way to offer a wide range of seeds, nuts and grains to the birds. It is a simple and easy way to attract a wide range of birds to your garden, without having to give much thought to specific feeders for specific nuts or seeds.

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  13. 6 great reasons to take part in the Big Garden Birdwatch

    6 great reasons to take part in the Big Garden Birdwatch

    Every year the RSPB’S Big Garden Birdwatch rolls around, and you may be wondering what makes it so important and if you should join in. Below, we give you 6 great reasons why you should get involved!

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  14. Keeping squirrels away from bird feeders

    Keeping squirrels away from bird feeders

    Squirrels are cute little animals, but they can cause problems for birds when they decide to feast on their bird food. This is because birds will stay away from bird feeders if they spot squirrels stuffing their cheeks with nuts and seeds. On top of this, squirrels with their devious and fearless nature will scare them away. And for this reason, we advise taking a few simple steps that will make feeding time more enjoyable for your garden birds.

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  15. 6 reasons why you shouldn’t buy cheap bird feeders

    6 reasons why you shouldn’t buy cheap bird feeders

    Feeding birds is an easy hobby for anyone to take up with plenty of bird feeders and bird food available in our local supermarkets. Yet many feeder models are made from cheap materials, making them unfit for purpose, which can quickly turn bird feeding into a chore.

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