Urban Birds are seen in the garden, in the street, in the park, and of course, in the countryside.
It’s easy to attract birds to your garden, however small and close it is to a city. By providing a variety of food-sources and positioning your feeders carefully you will attract a wide range of common birds to your garden.
A bird feeder in a small garden may attract a number of bird species; Woodpeckers, Crows, Tits, Warblers, Thrushes, Finches, and Buntings.
Species Chapter List…
|Mute Swan||Wood Pigeon||Waxwing|
|Canada Goose||Collard Dove||Nuthatch|
|Mandarin Duck||Ring-necked Parakeet||Treecreeper|
|Red-legged Partridge||Green Woodpecker||Fieldfare|
|Pheasant||Great Spotted Woodpecker||Song Thrush|
|Little Grebe||Jackdaw||Spotted Flycatcher|
|Great Crested Grebe||Rook||Robin|
|Sparrowhawk||Carrion Crow||Black Redstart|
|Peregrine falcon||Blue Tit||House Sparrow|
|moorhen||Great Tit||Pied Wagtail|
|Common Gull||House Martin||Goldfinch|
|Lesser Black-backed Gull||Long-tailed Tit||Bullfinch|
|Great Black-backed Gull||Willow Warbler|