This year, we’re supporting the RSPB in their Big Garden Birdwatch and encouraging our community to get their binoculars out and get involved.
To help you along, we’re bringing together all the blogs we have to help you to make your garden a haven for feathered visitors.
First off, why not check out our interview with the RSPB from last years’ big garden birdwatch? Here you can learn a little more about event and how to best look after the birds in your garden!
Looking after wild birds
We’ve been working with the RSPB for many years to bring you the information you need to look after to the birds that might visit your garden throughout the year.
We have a great RSPB guide to feeding birds in winter. This blog looks at what food you can look at giving to your feathered friends, as well as what birdy beverages to (and not to) offer and what you can be doing ready for next season. We’ve even got a guide on the best food to feed ducks for you to check out!
Looking after your garden
A great garden will make a great home for visiting birds, so why not check out our guides on keeping your garden tip top?
There are tonnes of crafts you can do to make your garden a haven for feathered friends looking for a place to rest up and have something to eat. Why not give some of them a go? If you do, make sure you tag us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!
Let us know what tips you have for looking after the birds in your garden!
For more information about the Big Garden Birdwatch and how you can get involved click here.