Welcome to the Green Feathers blog. Read all our latest wildlife guides, bird watching tips and more to help you get close to nature in your garden. Get your bird box cameras and wildlife cameras to spot the wildlife in habitats around your garden today.
With Christmas just around the corner we wanted to curate a list of our top products to help you decide what to buy your loved ones this year... or even just to add to your wish list. From Bird Box Cameras, to Hedgehog Cameras.
What should I feed the birds in my garden? Well that all depends on the type of birds you are seeing. This blog post will cover the most common garden visitors and their favourite foods so you can ensure that your bird table gets a 5 star rating.
Should you clean a nest box? Is it necessary to empty a bird's nesting box if it's no longer in use? When are you allowed to open a bird box, will it not disturb wildlife? What is the best way to clean a bird box? Find out all about when and how to clean your bird box with our handy step-by-step picture guide.
Hedgehogs are the Homer Simpsons of the animal world. They will munch on just about anything. But some commonly fed treats are actually really bad for them. Find out what hedgehogs should eat and which foods are not healthy for them, and explore lots of tips on how to care for hedgehogs.
Don’t give up on your bird box just yet. The coal, great, and blue tits may have flown by now, but there are still some late nesters to look out for. Discover which new bird broods you can expect in July, August and September and how you can attract and help them!
Between watching wonderful videos and images of nesting and fledging feathered families, buzzing bees, boisterous badgers, or huddling hedgehogs, we are working hard on designing and building the best products for you to enjoy watching nature and help protect the animals during their hopefully happy life.
Meet the UK's first WiFi Bird Box Camera, with which you can directly watch nesting birds on your smartphone, tablet and computer in HD! Simply connect up the power, mount the camera in your nest box and connect it to your WiFi network.