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Advice Centre

Our help and advice pages cover every possible subject related to feeding garden birds, from what foods to use, how to feed them, how to attract different species, risks from predators and what you can do to minimise these risks, how to keep squirrels off your feeders, and, very importantly, how you can ensure you keep feeders and feeding areas clean and hygienic and therefore help ensure the health of your garden birds. We think we've covered every subject, but if there's a question you have then please don't hesitate to contact us

More advice from Vine House Farm

Providing Water to Birds

Why you should

Provide Water to Birds

Providing clean water for your garden birds is as important as providing food and in all seasons - even in the wet winter months

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How to Feed

How to

How to Feed

It's not just the selection of food that determines which species of bird you attract to your garden, but also the types of feeder used and where they are sited

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Hygiene when feeding garden birds

The importance of

Hygiene when feeding garden birds

After cats, the biggest reason for the premature death of garden birds is probably disease caused by dirty feeders

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Deterring Squirrels

How to

Deterring Squirrels

Measures you can take to minimise the impact of squirrels on and around your bird feeding area

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When to Feed

Learning

When to Feed

As a general rule, the more different types of food you provide and in different ways, the more species you will attract, and in greater numbers.

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Suitable Habitat

Creating a

Suitable Habitat

The majority of birds attracted to gardens will always prefer a garden which has at least some trees and shrubs

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Safe Feeding

How to ensure

Safe Feeding

A balance between predator and prey exists, but there are ways to help protect the birds in your garden

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Who Eats What?

Learning

Who Eats What?

Many birds use our gardens throughout the year for supplementary year-round feeding, & for when natural food is at its shortest.

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Wildlife in your Garden

What will you find?

Wildlife in your Garden

The typical British back garden has an abundance of animal life; find out who may be visiting your garden

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