Autumn means all change for the birds as they start to migrate from the UK to warmer climes or arrive here from colder lands for the winter.
The dawn chorus is in full throttle as spring has catapulted our birds into the breeding season.
Even in the summer, birds need a helping hand in the garden.
During cold months, wild birds need a helping hand to find enough food to keep them warm.
It's vital to keep your bird feeders clean to help them to last longer and also to prevent the spread of disease.
Watching the birds in your garden raise their young can bring great joy and really signals the start of spring!
Instead of buying chocolate eggs this Easter why not support the garden birds instead, as they hatch their eggs and rear their own little chicks?
While some gardeners are impressed with squirrels adaptability and acrobatics others admonish them for stealing bird food and wolfing down fat balls in little time.
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