Birds & Wildlife

Are you looking to attract wildlife and birds to your garden?

At Organic Gardener, you’ll find sustainable bird and wildlife products made from either natural or recycled materials. For eco-gardeners who love gardening with natural beauty in mind, this is a perfect way to attract birds and wildlife to your garden.

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Eco-Friendly and Sustainable Bird and Wildlife Products

To attract and feed birds and other animals in your garden, our eco-friendly produced bird feeders and other wildlife-related supplies are ideal. With our range of wildlife products you can feed garden birds all winter long with Cotswold Granaries No Mess bird food, or provide shelter for Owls with an inviting Owl nest box.

We also have nature oasis baths for wildlife and nesting boxes for Hedgehogs. Our wildlife-friendly products are designed for the animals’ needs.

Tips for Attracting Birds and Wildlife to your Garden

Attracting wildlife to your garden is a fun and rewarding experience. Here are some tips to help you create a wildlife-friendly garden:

  1. Provide food: One of the easiest ways to attract wildlife to your garden is by providing food. Planting native plants that produce fruit, nuts, and seeds can attract birds, squirrels, and other animals. You can also put out bird feeders or bird baths to attract birds.
  2. Create shelter: Wildlife needs shelter to hide from predators, nest, and roost. Planting trees, shrubs, and other plants can provide shelter for birds and small animals. You can also add birdhouses, bat boxes, or insect hotels to provide additional shelter.
  3. Provide water: Wildlife needs water to drink, bathe, and cool off. Adding a bird bath, small pond, or water feature can attract birds, butterflies, and other animals.
  4. Use natural pest control: Avoid using pesticides and herbicides in your garden as they can harm wildlife. Instead, use natural pest control methods such as companion planting, using organic fertilizers, and releasing beneficial insects.
  5. Create a diverse habitat: Wildlife prefers diverse habitats that provide a variety of resources. Incorporate a mix of plants, trees, and shrubs that bloom at different times of the year to provide year-round food and shelter.
  6. Provide nesting sites: Some birds and animals need specific types of nesting sites to raise their young. You can provide nesting boxes for birds, bat houses for bats, and brush piles for small mammals.

By following these tips, you can create a welcoming environment for wildlife in your garden. Remember to be patient, as it may take some time for wildlife to discover your garden.

We sell beautiful products and we offer various sizes, styles, and colours. All of our products are quick and easy to fix around your garden and are made from wood, logs, recycled plastic, and other durable materials.

Our products are sustainably produced and perfect for placing or hanging in the garden, on trees, on the fence, or even on the side of the house, making them ideal for most birds and wildlife.