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RSPB Garden Birds is a lavish celebration of 47 of our most frequent and familiar garden birds, beautifully bound into a hardback with 200 spectacular colour photos. Reveal details of how they live, how you can bring them into your garden and boost their survival and breeding success, and how to identify them. Divided into logical categories for the non-expert with a final chapter that looks at some of the less regular - but equally welcome - visitors. Detailed biographies outline each species' life history, distribution, behaviour and breeding habits, and an extensive introduction provides guidance on garden birdwatching and managing a wildlife garden. This book will appeal to anyone who has discovered their love of wildlife through watching the birds in their garden.
Nature is facing challenges throughout the world, including right here in the UK, and the changing fortunes of our garden birds are strong indicators of the overall health of our wildlife. From urban rooftops to open meadows, the incredible diversity of gardens in the British Isles can provide refuge and feeding opportunities for a vast array of birds. Even the smallest gardens can attract some birdlife and watching garden birds is a great joy for all nature lovers, brightening each day and providing an immediate connection with the wider and wilder world beyond the fence.
We hope this book describes the small steps we can all take to help these birds survive the hardships of winter and bring forth a healthy new generation that we can recognise, appreciate and enjoy for decades to come.
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