What type of birds you see in your garden will depend on a number of variables: A/ whether you are urban or rural, B/ your location in the country, C/ what steps you have taken to encourage specific kinds of birds. D/ What type of bird food you provide
Birds can transform your garden with colour, interest, song and photographic opportunity. They are an endless source of joy and on top of that you can do your bit to ensure that endangered species enjoy protection. All this can be done regardless of budget. You can purchase a virtual forest or just make a few […]
Bird watching is a wonderful activity to get involved with. There are many benefits to taking part in bird watching, for you and for the environment. It’s easy to get started, and there is lots of support for people who are new to bird watching. If you are interested in trying bird watching then here […]
Here are this month’s random wild bird facts for you to enjoy.
Britain is home to some very colourful birds. Some aren’t that easy to spot and others are a little more common. When you see a colourful bird it really does catch your attention and you can spend a few moments appreciating the beauty of these stunning creatures. Birdwatchers will know which colourful birds to watch […]
Here is the latest installment of our ‘Wild Bird facts’ series. Each month we are bringing you some fascinating facts about the world of birds. Read on to discover more interesting facts.
Ravens are very large black birds with black beaks, they are the biggest member of the crow family. They have very long wings and if you spot them in flight you will see they have a diamond shaped tail. Ravens can reach 60cm long and have a wingspan of nearly a metre. They have been […]
We thought it was time for another instalment of wild bird facts. There are so many to learn that it’s hard to choose a select few. If you have an interest in wild birds then you will enjoy building up your knowledge. It’s fascinating to learn about the wonderful world of birds, and some of […]
For any bird-lover, attracting these feathered friends to your garden is certainly a rewarding experience. However, to ensure that you can enjoy the company of Blue Tits, Robins, Wrens and many more, you need to make sure that wild birds are safe from any potential dangers in your garden.
Last month you might have read our article ‘Wild Bird Facts Part 1’. We promised part 2 and here it is. If you enjoy learning about wild birds and want to know lots of interesting facts then read on. Birds are wonderful creatures that can do lots of very impressive things. Some travel great distances […]
There are so many different species of wild bird that it is very difficult to learn about all of them. If you are a bird fan or simply enjoy watching and identifying birds in your garden then it can be useful to know the basics about some common wild birds. It’s nice to be able […]
There are some beautiful and fascinating birds in Britain, some of which you might be able to spot in your garden. If you love birds and want to learn about wild birds in Britain then here are some interesting facts to get you started. This is part 1, we will bring you part 2 with […]
According to the RSPB, a study completed by 25 UK wildlife organisations has revealed that 60% of studied species have declined. However, what the report also showed is that conservation does help and there are a lot of inspiring stories as a result. British wild birds need your help too. All wild British birds are […]