Gardens are great places in which to watch birds and many people spend time watching these delightful visitors.
Add up all the gardens across Britain and you’ll end up with an area greater than that of the county of Suffolk, a not insignificant resource. Given this fact, it is important for us to understand how and why birds (and other wildlife) use gardens and the resources (like food and nesting opportunities) that they offer.
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