The variety of insects, animals, and birds in our very own gardens and backyards still amazes me every single day. Here at Gardeniaorganics we want to share some wonderful images and information to help you enjoy the wildlife in your garden even more.
In general, it is advisable that bird boxes are roughly 60-80 feet apart. Many birds are territorial (especially around mating time). As a result, by having them too close together, you may be left with an unoccupied bird box!
When all is said and done, hedgehogs need a bit of help to stay clean, and they will surely appreciate it. This involves cage cleaning and foot baths.
If you fill a birdbath too deep, some birds can indeed drown in the water. This goes primarily for birds that are very young, injured, or sick.
If you’re worried, ‘will birds starve if I stop feeding them?’ never fear. Even throughout harsh winter months, birds are adept and find food.
Greenfinches are friendly with other birds and will happily make themselves at home in your garden if they have the right environment.
Chaffinches eat a varied diet of bugs, seeds, and fruit. This being said, what makes up the bulk of their diet will depend on the time of year.
Learn all about baby robins and their eating habits when young. Robins are dedicated parents, as their newborns must be fed frequently.