How to Attract Birds to Your Garden: Foods they like, plants they love, shelter they need (Hardcover)
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Help your local wild birds by providing them with a safe garden environment
Make a difference to your local birdlife. Help reverse the decline in bird numbers by creating a haven in which they will thrive. It's a win-win. Provide the best shelter, feeding, and nesting opportunities for them and then you can reap the rewards as they sing and entertain.
No need to be an expert gardener already, or to break the bank - many of the most beneficial features can be installed easily and cheaply, and many you can build yourself or upcycle to be eco-friendly.
About the Author
Dan Rouse is a passionate presenter, wildlife conservationist, and ornithologist from Swansea, Wales. Growing up on the South Wales coastline, she developed a passion for coastal birds and wildlife. Dan is widely respected in the birding and Welsh community for her ornithological and conservational work. She currently writes for Bay Magazine Swansea, features frequently on BBC Radio Wales/Radio Cymru, and presents for S4C Hansh, fronting videos on wildlife and wildlife science.
“This comprehensive guide will bring possibility to both aspiring gardeners and hopeful birders.” —Publishers Weekly
“Illustrations, photographs, and charts make this a true visual guide, but the breadth of information provided means it can be read from cover to cover, or consulted as a reference guide when needed. Whether they're looking to hang their first bird feeder or are already experienced backyard birders, readers will find this an amply useful guide.” —Booklist