Garden Birds

Caring for Garden Birds

About Our Foods

About Our Foods

CJs have long been associated with providing the very best when it comes to bird food… We are proud to maintain rigorous standards when sourcing our ingredients because we firmly believe that starting with the finest quality raw materials will result in top class foods which offer your birds the best nutrition.

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House Sparrow
House Sparrow
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"CJs have long been associated with providing the very best when it comes to bird food"

Choosing Your Bird Foods

Choosing Your Bird Foods

We aim to help you select the right choice for you and your garden visitors. Different species like different foods so, as a rule of thumb, the more varieties of food you put out the greater the number of species you will attract. Did you know, for example, that Robins love mealworms, Goldfinches adore Nyjer Seed and Blue Tits have a passion for Sunflower Hearts?

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About Our Feeders
What type of feeder should I buy?

About Our Feeders

Our comprehensive range of feeders is attractive, reasonably priced and designed by ornithologists to meet the needs of birds – and people. For example, if you want to attract Robins, why not try a mealworm feeder? If you want to feed ground feeding birds like Blackbirds, Dunnocks and Wrens, a Ground Table will help and also keeps your garden tidy. And if it’s a splash of colour you are looking for, see our Fiesta range. All are suitable for any garden, though our trials have shown that birds prefer a greater number of ports on hanging feeders – perhaps because this means more birds are on the look out for Sparrowhawks and other predators.

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Nest Boxes

Nest Boxes In Gardens

We pride ourselves on supplying a vast range of nest boxes to meet all needs, from simple wooden boxes for common garden species to specialist boxes for rare bird species. All our nest boxes are carefully assessed by our team of ornithologists to ensure that they are the optimum size for the species for which they are intended. Our boxes are easy to put up and clean and can be used in most habitats.

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Connecting With Nature

Connecting With Nature

When routines are ever-changing and you find yourself distant from loved ones, take some reassurance from the calming influence that nature can provide. There is always something to engage your senses and research suggests that a simple connection with nature on a very basic level, such as observing and caring for garden birds, has shown to have a positive impact on our mental wellbeing.

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Create A Wildlife Friendly Garden

Create A Wildlife Friendly Garden

Creating spaces for wildlife is something we should be thinking about all year around, but it comes to the forefront of our minds as the weather starts to improve and we start to spend more time outside in our gardens. We tend to think about nesting birds at this time of year, as the weather begins to warm up, the birds begin to sing, announcing new territories and everything bursts into flower. It is in early Spring that most birds begin to think about nesting, but we are thinking about it all year around!

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Garden Mammals And Other Wildlife
ENCOURAGING KIDS TO ENJOY THEIR GARDEN AND WILDLIFE

Children and Wildlife

Keeping children occupied in the holidays is challenging enough but add in prolonged time at home outside of the holidays, now that can be tough. Why not allow the nature in your garden to help by encouraging children to step outside into another world? It’s healthy, fun and educational and can give you just the break you need. The experiences children gain now will develop an ongoing enthusiasm for caring for wildlife which benefits everyone.

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