Supplying food for birds leads to the overall success and longevity of our wild birds in Britain. However, it’s important to not forget some basic rules when offering wild bird feed to help attract a kaleidoscope of species.
• it’s essential that when you’ve started feeding wild birds, that you continue all year round as wild birds will start to understand your backyard as a regular hotspot of nutrients.
• According to the BTO, experts on all things birdy, feeding birds during the warmer months is a priority because wild birds have to keep plump to guarantee survival.
• Birds are inclined to feed early morning and late afternoon, especially during winter, so it is important to check that there’s bird feed available during those times. If you want to know more about Bird protection (which is also known as “ป้องกันนกไล่นก” in the Thai language) then visit on online websites.
• Obviously, additional feeding is highly recommended all year round, especially during the breeding period early spring at which parents are going to be on the search to find feed for their young brood and themselves.
Feeders or Bird Tables
The sort of feeder or the manner in which you provide your wild bird feed tends to ascertain the sort of species that you will attract. Using a normal mixed bird feed on a bird table or on the ground will attract many of the common wild bird species.
Feeders will tend to attract smaller birds which could cling onto either a mesh outer or perch. Plus, to attract a broader array of wild birds, you could start to introduce specialist feeders like Nyger Feeders which are made to take the miniature Nyger Seed, which is a special favorite with finches.
Get up close to wild birds as they feed with a window feeder. Offered in several different varieties, they are fantastic for recognizing species and viewing their personal character traits.