Feeding the birds in your garden is an enchanting and worthwhile pastime. And with many of our most treasured song and garden birds sadly in decline, it is also one of the most effective things you can do to help conserve these wonderful creatures. At Johnston & Jeff, the avian nutritionists, we create what we believe is the finest quality wild bird seed on the market. All our blends are made from ingredients certified fit for human consumption. Each ingredient also goes through Our Unique Cleaning Process, in order for the birds to get the utmost nutrition from each beak-ful. That’s what makes us ‘The Avian Nutritionists’.
What Do Wild Birds Eat? A Guide to Their Food and Nutrition
Feeding the birds in your garden is a great way of helping wildlife flourish. It supports adult birds through times when nature doesn’t provide enough, and increases the survival rate of chicks, helping to ensure different species thrive.
About Our Wild Bird Blends – and Which Birds They’re Best For
A complete guide to all the blends we produce for wild birds. We breakdown the ingredients in detail and walk you through the nutritional benefits of each blend, as well as highlighting which species of wild bird the blend is suitable for.
Who’s Visiting Your Garden?
A quick guide to the 18 most common wild birds you are likely to find in your garden. We dip into what they look like, what they sound like as well as their diet, feeding habits and breeding patterns.
Our Recent Posts Giving Advice and Guidance on Wild Birds
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.
Reading Time: 6 minutes No British garden would be complete without its share of Blackbirds, a species that seems to be inextricably linked with the UK. Perhaps this is because, like the Robin, the Blackbird has been immortalised in the traditional English song, in this case the nursery rhyme Sing a Song of Sixpence.
Claim Your Free Feeding Guides and Feeding Chart Posters
Our Johnston & Jeff guides to the current range of wild bird foods include useful information on all of the blends and the ingredients used. Simply click through and fill out the form so we can post you a copy. We will also include a free copy of our large feeding chart poster.
Some of Our Favourite Websites for Wild Bird Fans
There is so much information about everything to do with wild birds on the internet and it can be a little overwhelming, especially if you are new to feeding garden birds. We thought it would be a great idea if we linked you to some of our favourite wild bird sites.