At this time of year, the wild garden birds are searching hard for food so why not help them through this cold weather and provide some nutricious treats for them?
We recommend that you put out food and water on a regular basis and when the weather is severe, feed twice a day if possible, ideally in the morning and in the early afternoon.
Our wild garden birds require high-energy (high-fat) foods during the cold winter weather to maintain their fat reserves to survive the frosty nights, we recommend a high-energy seed mix, peanuts, sunflower hearts and the bird really love meal worms. You can also feed them scraps.
Always adjust the quantity given to the demand, and never allow uneaten foods to accumulate around the feeders. Once you establish a feeding routine, try not to change it as the birds will become used to it and time their visits to your garden accordingly.