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Buy your wild bird feeding station now.

Posted by British Bird Food 02/10/2014 0 Comment(s)

Getting your garden ready for winter, include thinking about the wildlife in your garden.

Wild birds, Hedgehogs, Dormice, Frogs, Toads, bats and insects all want to make their home in your garden this winter, it is just a case of whether they find the conditions and food provision adequate for their needs, security from predators, ample clean water and food are the main concerns of the vertebrates, a place to lay eggs, and hibernate for the duration are the priorities for the insects. Providing wild bird feeding station in your garden helps your garden birds to find a source of food and water, this will encourage them to come back every day to your garden and then you will be thrilled by how rewarding feeding wild birds can be, Mealworms, sunflower hearts, peanuts, fruit, and mixed seeds will all be received well by wild birds, Selecting the right feeding station for wild birds is easy - how much money you want to spend and how many feeders you want are the two decisions to make, you might like to buy a complete bird feeding station, or you may chose to buy individual components and make up your own specification as to what sort of bird feeders you want (Squirrel proof as an example). Peanuts require a mesh feeder, sunflower hearts and mixed seeds need a seed feeder and Niger seed has it's own feeder too, mealworms are fed on a mesh tray and suet balls have an open mesh holder, water has to be kept clean and so usually has a tray / dish that can be easily removed and the water replaced. What ever you decide on how you want to feed your wild garden birds this winter, you will be rewarded with a grateful bird population. [caption id="attachment_3512" align="alignleft" width="150"]wild bird feeding station Wild bird feeding station and wildlife habitats are available for sale at British Bird Food. Next day delivery and top quality bird food, call 08001216024[/caption]  

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