Garden Birds

Common Wild Birds You Can Find In Your Garden

18/01/2019 - No Comments

You may have noticed a range of different species of wild birds visiting your garden, but have you ever stopped and wondered which ones your garden is home too? Read more to find out about the different types of birds visiting your garden and how you can attract more!

What Can Affect Wild Birds Visiting Your Garden

The types of wild bird species attracted to your garden vary depending on a number of factors including the size of your garden, how bird friendly it is and its proximity to any woodlands. You can make your garden more bird friendly by ensuring there is plenty of shelter, food, by keeping cats and predictors away and installing a bird bath.

To make your garden bird watching easier, we have put together a list of some of the most popular wild birds along with their pictures:

Bird Chart

Other Wild birds which you may spot in your garden include:

  • Collard Doves
  • Magpies
  • Carrion Crows
  • Jays
  • Wrens
  • Gold Crests
  • Dunnocks
  • Coal Tits
  • Greenfinchs
  • Gold Crests

Extra Food Sources

Winter can be a difficult time for wild birds as extra energy is required to help keep them warm and their food sources are much scarcer.  Many small birds must eat up to a third of their own body weight each day in order to survive. This is a huge amount of food, especially when you have to search for it! In order to help out the wild birds who are visiting your garden you can offer complimentary wild bird feed, follow the link to find out more about our full range of products.

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