It depends… most gardens aren’t ideal for birds as it is difficult to find a lot of natural food if the garden is a mixture of paving and lawn.
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Time to listen – it’s the time of year to hear the Dawn Chorus. Only male birds sing and their efforts are all about ensuring that no other male takes their territory and no female considers wandering off when they are busy singing!
Look out for fledglings and give them the best possible start in life. The adults will be feeding their young and they need moisture but obviously can’t easily get a drink. Feeding LIVE food such as waxworms or mealworms provides an excellent treat as they are made up of fat, protein and crucially water!.
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