Real World Gardener Create A Bird Garden in Design Elements

January 10th, 2015

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AND THAT WAS YOUR VEGETABLE HERO SEGMENT FOR TODAY

DESIGN ELEMENTS

with Lesley Simpson garden designer.

There’s a recent study which shows the Australia’s Noisy Miner bird is more responsible for the decline of our little native birds than previously thought.

People have always thought that Indian Mynahs were to blame, but the Noisy Miner is more aggressive.

So how do we make it unattractive to those aggressive birds and attractive to the smaller birds?

 

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Lorikeets photo M Cannon

Of course just because you planted all those small spiky shrubs in your garden doesn’t automatically mean you’ll get those small birds.

These birds only fly short distances, and your neighbours need to plant the bird attracting plants as well.

If you have any questions about how to create a bird attracting garden why not write in?

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