Discover how to care for the birds that visit your garden. Browse our guides that cover all things bird care, from injuries to hygiene.
Learn everything there is to know about buying the right feeder, cleaning it and how to get birds to feed from it.
Get advice on the best food to feed birds with to help them survive, thrive and multiply! From straight foods to mixtures, discover more about your favourites' favourites.
Find out where to put your nesting box and how to keep it in good condition for many successful nesting seasons.
Discover our best practice for feeding birds. Whether you are a beginner or a seasoned bird feeder, there's still plenty to learn.
If you're uncertain about choosing between a bird feeder or bird table we have written a guide about each of their benefits and help you to understand which one is best suited for you.
If you're wondering whether mixtures or straights are the best options for your garden birds, we have put together a simple guide on how to choose the best one and some of the reasons why.
Having a clean bird feeder is critical to keeping your birds healthy and happy. Learn how to maintain hygiene by following our step by step guide on cleaning feeders.
If you want to make sure birds will nest and make use of your bird house, we have a few helpful tips to ensure successful nesting.
Finding a spot to place your bird feeder in can make a huge difference to your garden visitors. Find out where is the best place in our guide.
Bird houses can provide much needed sanctuary and shelter for nesting birds and also keep them out of harm’s way from predators, but once your bird house is empty and your last tenants have moved out – it’s time to give it a good clean.
According to the 2021 RSPB national garden survey, 38 million birds have been lost from UK skies in the last 50 years. Food availability is just one of the factors impacting the decline, but by creating a welcoming and safe feeding environment you can help make a difference.
Seeing birds through a window or out in the open may be nice, but there's nothing quite like having them become familiar faces that regularly visit your garden and outdoor spaces. Follow our tips below on how best to attract them.
Finding an injured bird may be more common than you think, especially if your garden is a welcome playground for nesting and feeding birds.