News from The Grass People's Bird Shop
Wild birds in the UK need help during the winter; their natural food sources are low, and less daylight means they have less time to forage. On top of this, it is cold outside, and they need all the help they can get to keep warm. So, what do you feed garden birds in winter? By providing them ...
Knowing how to stop squirrels stealing bird food will make feeding time more enjoyable for your garden visitors and reduce the mess left for you to clean up. And since squirrels can come to visit your feeders, stuff their cheeks and scare your garden birds away, keeping them well away from your ...
According to the 2021 RSPB national garden survey, 38 million birds have been lost from UK skies in the last 50 years. Food availability is just one of the factors impacting the decline, but by creating a welcoming and safe feeding environment you can help make a difference.
Using a bird table to feed garden birds is a great way to offer a wide range of seeds, nuts and grains to the birds. It is a simple and easy way to attract a wide range of birds to your garden without having to give much thought to specific feeders for specific nuts or seeds. Join us as we share ...
With warmer temperatures and longer days, summer is considered the most rewarding season for feeding garden birds. Learn what to feed birds in summer in our helpful seasonal guide.
A hanging bird feeder is arguably one of the easiest ways to begin feeding birds. Easy to hang up, easy to clean, and easy to refill. The only difficulty with hanging feeders is choosing the right one!
We are delighted to welcome a new brand to our growing family in the form of Birdkind – a 100% filler-free, fuss-free, no-mess bird food that can help bring more birds to your garden!
Sometimes, for one reason or another circumstances change and you may want to stop feeding birds. You may be wondering what effect this will have on the birds that you are currently feeding, and how you can stop. In this blog, we tell you how best to do this.
With more focus on our mental health than ever before, we look to how birds are the unsung heroes of recent times and how they enrich and better our lives through simply existing.
Our Christmas dinner is probably one of our most looked forward to meals of the year, so why not invite a few more guests of the feathered kind to make sure it all gets eaten up!