Bring added interest to your outdoor space with our birdwatching kit.

Everything you need to encourage birds into the garden and identify the different species that enjoy feeding on the delicious fat balls or seed hanging nearby.

Ideal for care home residents or anyone who is confined to a bed or living indoors.

Birdwatching can be a great way to combat depression and encourage interest in nature and the outdoors.

Care homes or groups could organise a rota of different residents to sit for various 'shifts' noting down which species visit and then meet as a group to discuss the findings. Maybe create a graph or make further fat balls themselves?

Kit contains:

  • Binoculars
  • Bird sticker & ID Book
  • Bird feeder
  • Suet balls (set of 6) or Pack of seed

Size: Various.

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