Links to Useful Websites About Wild Birds
There is so much information about everything to do with wild birds on the internet. As with many things on the internet, it can be hard to know which information is credible. Sorting through the mountain of information can be a little overwhelming, especially if you are new to feeding wild birds. We thought it would be useful if we linked you to some of our favourite wild bird sites, forums, and societies.
Pet Food Manufacturers Association
PFMA is the principal trade body representing the UK pet food industry. It has 84 member companies, which accounts for more than 90% of the UK market. It aims to be the credible voice of a responsible pet food industry.
Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust
The Wildfowl & Wetlands Trust conserves, restores and creates wetlands, and endeavours to inspire everyone to value healthy wetlands. The WWT save critically endangered species from extinction, work with communities around the world.
The Wildlife Trusts
The Wildlife Trusts is a grassroots movement made up of 46 Wildlife Trusts: independent charities from across the country with a single shared mission to protect nature and wildlife.
CPRE, the countryside charity, formerly known as the Campaign to Protect Rural England, is a charity that is passionate about making the countryside a better place for everyone to live, work and enjoy.
BirdLife International is a global partnership of conservation organisations (NGOs) that strives to conserve birds, their habitats and global biodiversity, working with people towards sustainability in the use of natural resources.
The RSPB has some ambitious plans and targets to help preserve habitat and protect birds. Reserves are at the heart of what they do. They’re vital to the conservation work and priceless spaces for everyone to get close to nature.
Our Recent Posts Giving Advice and Guidance on Wild Birds
Reading Time: 7 minutes Spring is a magical time of the year when the world re-awakens from its long winter snooze and greets us with new colour, beauty, and life. It’s also one of the best times to watch the birds in your garden as new mums and dads frantically fly around collecting enough food to raise their brood and prepare them for the biggest moment of their young lives – the day they finally leave the nest.
Reading Time: 8 minutes With lots of birds visiting your feeders and bird table on a daily basis, it is essential to keep your feeding equipment clean to avoid the risk of infection. After all, with birds being in such close contact around the feeders, if one is carrying an infection it can soon spread.
Reading Time: 7 minutes Alongside the Blackbird and the Robin, the Blue Tit must be among our most treasured garden birds. Instantly recognisable due to their multitude of colours – blues, greens, yellows, blacks and whites – they are one of the commonest and chirpiest visitors to our feeders and bird tables.