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Feeding stations


Design bird house - welcome to the peep show!

A day in the garden or on the balcony. The sun is shining and the birds are chirping. Not long and your everyday worries are blown away. You relax. In the background, the constant song of the birds. To ensure that your home continues to be the scene of numerous concerts, you need to give your feathered friends a helping hand. With a suitable feeding station, you can make life easier for them and turn your garden or balcony into a popular meeting place for birds.

Bird house in the home design store - your benefits at a glance

Bird houses: Relaxation for humans and animals

Every year another bird species is threatened with extinction. This is due to modern agriculture and denser settlement. They drive birds out of their natural habitat. Birdhouses or a feeding station counteract the increasing extinction of songbirds by offering the animals a place to rest and strengthen themselves. Ornithologists are therefore increasingly advising birds to be fed all year round and not just in winter.

Menu à la carte - choosing the right food

Sunflower seeds, oat flakes and chopped peanuts are suitable for bird houses and feeders. If you want to do something particularly good for your little friends, you can make your own tit dumplings: Put some oil in a saucepan and heat it up. You can then add a colorful bird food mixture together with a teaspoon of sunflower oil. Form small balls from the mixture. Make sure you add a ribbon to secure the dumplings later. The ideal place for the finished treats is, for example, the bird feeder Just for Birds from the manufacturer side by side .

Eye contact - the right height for your designer bird house

Birds feel most at home between bushes and trees. It is important that you place the birdhouse at a height that is safe for cats. Experts recommend around two meters. Make sure that no tree trunk is within reach or jumping distance. Cats and martens like to use them as ladders.

A look at the guest list

Who are the visitors to your bird hotel? Robins, bramblings and blackbirds generally look for their food close to the ground and are not among the clientele. Titmice and greenfinches look higher up and are welcome guests. With the Barcelona bird pavilion from Menu , you can provide these feathery visitors with a first-class stay - including a bird bath.