Colourful and different birds in your garden?

Your garden is home to many more bird species than you think. It is fascinating and also easy to observe them with their colours, songs and flying skills.
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What do I best feed for beautiful birds in my garden?

Your garden is home to many more bird species than you think. It is fascinating and also easy to observe them with their colours, songs and flying skills. We give you a clear overview of which birds you can see when, as well as what food is best to feed.

The most common birds in Europe:

  • Blackbird

  • Blue tit

  • Chaffinch

  • Woodpecker

  • Great tit

  • Greenfinch

  • House sparrow

  • Robin

It is always best to choose a compound feed containing all the necessary nutrients mixed in.

  1. Blackbird: Table Blend, Ground Blend, 4 Seasons, Diner Feast.

  2. Blue Tit: Stuffed coconuts, all feeders, No Mess Mix, Clean Garden, 4 Seasons, Diner Feast, Feeder Blend, mixes with peanuts.

  3. Finch: Finches & Friends, All feeders, Table Blend, Ground Blend, 4 Seasons, Dinner Feast.

  4. Great spotted woodpecker: Stuffed coconuts, mix with peanuts.

  5. Great Tit: Stuffed coconuts, all feeders, mixes with peanuts, No Mess Mix, Clean Garden, Insect&Seed Mix, Super Mix, Mega Mix, Mealworms.

  6. Greenfinch: Cold at Night, No Mess Mix, all feeders, stuffed coconuts.

  7. House Sparrow: All feeders, Feeder Blend, Table Blend, No Mess Mix, Clean Garden, Young Life.

  8. Robins: Cold at Night, Mealworms, Stuffed coconuts, Insect Larvae Feeder, Mega Mix, Insect&Seed Mix.

What other foods exist for birds in your garden or on your patio?

And what can you give your feathered friends in addition to the main meal?
Check out our full Wildlife range.

Can you give birds unlimited food?

Birds use a lot of energy throughout the year. In winter to maintain their temperature, in spring to lay eggs and raise their young. And in autumn they build up reserves for the winter. So you can feed them all year round. Birds do not stuff themselves when their hunger is satisfied. Nor do they lose the ability to find food themselves.

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