Includes the following:
SPRING - In the first of a series of seasonal programmes you can discover how to improve your chances of seeing as many species as possible. There is a vast array of foods that can be fed to wild birds and this programme will identify which birds will be attracted by different seeds, nuts and live food that you can choose. It also offers excellent advice on how to improve your bird-spotting skills.
SUMMER - By the time summer comes around the garden bird enthusiast will have the perfect oppotunity to watch proud parents bringing their fluffy offspring to feed at the garden bird tables and seed hoppers. Moving on from basic techniques there will be plenty of advice available on live foods, tackling such juicy delights as mealworms and crickets. Also discover the difference a wildlife pond can make to your garden.
AUTUMN AND WINTER - Of all the seasons of the year, the most closely associated with feeding garden birds has to be winter. This is a vital time to spare a thought for your garden visitors. Particulary for some of the smaller, more delicate specie, a daily offering really can mean the difference between life and death. Your new found hobby will bring you hours of pleasure and you can enjoy knowing that you will be helping endangered species survive.