Blue tit (Parus caeruleus) | Blue Tit - Parus caeruleus - Wildlife Photography

Widespread throughout the UK. Its favoured habitat is deciduous woodland but is also frequently seen in parks and gardens. Diet consists of insects, caterpillars, nuts and seeds.

Chaffinch - another popular garden bird. I wonder how they'll fare in the #birdwatch this year?

Chaffinch (Fringilla coelebs) - another popular garden bird. I wonder how they'll fare in the birdwatch this year?

If you love bird watching, this #infographic is for you! You'll learn exactly what to plant in your yard to attract birds.

Attracting Birds to Your Back Yard

By planting native flowers and vegetables, and providing for some basic needs, you can create a bird-friendly garden.

English Robin.  They liked to come around whenever we were gardening, hoping we'd turn up some bugs or worms for them.

They liked to come around whenever we were gardening, hoping we'd turn up some bugs or worms for them.

Are not two sparrows sold for a penny? And not one of them will fall to the ground apart from your Father. But even the hairs of your head are all numbered. Fear not, therefore; you are of more value than many sparrows.  (Matthew 10:29-31 ESV)

House Sparrow- Are not two sparrows sold for a penny? And not one of them will fall to the ground apart from your Father. But even the hairs of your head are all numbered. you are of more value than many sparrows.

Birds will appreciate any food you can offer but it's important to know the right things to provide and what to avoid. Follow our simple feeding guide.

Top tips for feeding birds in autumn and winter

coal tit on frosty branch to illustrate feeding birds in winter tips

Tits and Garden Birds - Mark Hancox Bird Photography

27 + Beautiful and Colorful Bird Types from Around the World that You Should Know

Stonechat. Stonechats are robin sized birds. Males have striking black heads with white around the side of their neck, orange-red breasts and a mottled brown back. Females lack the male's black head, but have brown backs and an orange tinge to their chests. Birds are frequently seen flicking their wings while perched, often doing so on the tops of low bushes. As its name suggests, birds utter a sharp loud call that sound like two stones being tapped together.

British Garden Birds - Stonechat - seen loads of these on holiday!

The blackbird - what a handsome devil - and what a songster, love to hear them singing away on a summer's evening.

The Blackbird and The Swan.

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