Tuesday, May 22, 2018

15 Oct

Feed the Birds Day!

Don’t miss out on this year’s ‘Feed the Birds day’! 

Choice Robin & Songbird Mix 12.75kg £19.98

Choice Robin & Songbird Mix 12.75kg £19.98

As summer’s bounty deminishes and winter takes hold, birds will find it harder to feed themselves. Take action by filling your bird tables and feeders with goodies to help your garden friends.

On the 30th of October we’ll be celebrating Feed the Birds day. It’s your chance to help birds and other garden wildlife through the winter months. There are lots of events in aid of Feed the Birds day this October across the UK, so get involved!
We have a wide range of bird feed and bird care accessories here at Jersey Plants Direct.   Now there’s even more reason to celebrate as we’ve decided to lower our prices permenantly! 
 We have also introduced Choice Robin and Songbird Mix in both 4kg and 12.75kg. This wonderful mix of  insects, berries and fruits  is especially appealing, nutritious and palatable to Robins and all songbirds. Used on a regular basis you will be rewarded with the beautiful sound of bird song in your garden.  Get ready for ‘Feed The Birds Day’ later this month, order now and receive your bird care products in time for Feed the Birds Day on 30th October!  It’s the perfect day to treat your garden wildlife

 If you aren’t sure how you can help try some of the tips below;

  • Give your bird feeders a good clean with hot water and a scrubbing brush. It’s vital to keep your bird feeders clean to stop any diseases spreading amongst your beautiful garden birds.
  • Keep water available at all times near feeders or on your bird table. Bird’s need it for drinking and to keep their wings in good condition.
  • Avoid feeding your birds anything unhealthy, even bread can be a disaster! Let them instead feast on healthyfood such as fruit, nuts berries and insects.  Try one of our great bird seed mixes.
  • Birds need to rest like any other creature; some native plants such as blackthorn, hawthorn or honeysuckle
    provide shelter and food. You can help them out by providing them the opportunity to rest and roost in scrub, trees or a bird box.
Click here for Mike Stentiford’s article ‘Last of the Summer Vine’  full of bird care information, tips and advice.


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