FEED GARDEN BIRDS ALL YEAR ROUND

English Hawthorn Hedge

A field of corn and an old established hedge

A Holly Bush we planted years ago

THE ABOVE PHOTOS SHOW HOW MUCH COVER AND SHELTER AND NESTING PLACES THAT HEDGES AND BUSHES GIVE BIRDS, ESPECIALLY WHEN THEY  ARE NESTING, WHICH IS REALLY GOOD.  DO NOT FORGET THAT PUTTING BIRD FOOD OUT HELPS THEM IN SPRING AND SUMMER.

THEN AUTUMN COMES

Thrush perched on a countryside hedge

THEN WINTER ARRIVES.

Earth and water frozen during an English winter

IN WINTER THE DAYS ARE SHORTER AND THE DARK COLD NIGHTS ARE LONGER.  BIRDS HAVE TO FIND FOOD DURING THE SHORT DAYS.  IT DOES NOT NEED TO SNOW FOR WINTER TO BE A PROBLEM FOR GARDEN BIRDS.  WIND AND RAIN AND VERY COLD WEATHER ARE BAD FOR THEM

SPRING, SUMMER, AUTUMN WINTER.  BIRDS NEED FEEDING ALL YEAR ROUND SO THAT THEY CAN SURVIVE THE SPRING, SUMMER, AUTUMN AND WINTER AND BE STRONG AND ACTIVE FOR THE FOLLOWING YEAR

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