Feeding Stations for Birds

If you’re going to be feeding birds in the garden this winter or indeed any time, then make sure you have the right feeding stations for birds.

There are lots of different ones which are said to be “squirrel proof”; mostly, they have overhanging roofs and are really too small for squirrels to balance on. Here are a selection of the more basic models.

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Although I personally am not too keen on feeding birds too close to windows (a) because of the danger of cats on window sills and (b) because of the risk of a bird crashing into the window as it lands, many people like the opportunity to watch birds close up from the comfort and warmth of their home. Here are a few feeding stations for birds which attach to windows.

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There are lots of different designs to choose from, plenty of which are really artistic and attractive; here are a few of those too.

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You can also get all sorts of hanging mechanisms and hooks for your bird feeder as well as feeders for specific types of birds, such as hummingbirds.

Click on any of the pictures for more information or on this link for the full selection.

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Liz is an amateur bird watcher who has been as far afield as India and South Africa combining bird watching with spotting wild animals.

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