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Garden Birds

Artwork by: Dave Perillo


  • Details

    • Delivery Estimate: January-February
    • Dimensions: 18 x 24 inches
    • Officially Licensed: RSPB
    • Printing Details: Screenprint
    • Provenance: Printed in the UK
    • Hand-numbered: Yes
    • Research Assistance: RSPB WIldlife Team
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Get To Know Your Garden Birds

Garden birds can bring colour and life to your garden year-round, whether you live in the city or the countryside. These birds may visit your garden to forage for food, look for nesting materials, or set up a home.

Some of the common birds you may see — or hear — in your garden are:




Conservation Status and Threats

Even some of the birds that regularly visit your garden may face threats to their population. The house sparrow, starling, and greenfinch are on the UK Birds of Concern Red list because of critical declines in their populations.


The wren, song thrush, and bullfinch are on the amber list because of a moderate concern over their population numbers.


Even birds on the green list are vulnerable to threats like pollution and habitat destruction.



6 Tips for Attracting Birds to Your Garden

  1. Use quality foods that birds want to eat. Avoid bird food with fillers like peas and beans.
  2. Provide fresh water in a bird bath, fountain, shallow area of a pond, or any shallow dish that can hold water.
  3. Find a safe, sheltered spot to place your bird feeder or bird table.
  4. Keep it clean — provide fresh water daily and clean feeders weekly with mild, non-toxic disinfectant.
  5. Add a nest box.
  6. Plant bird-friendly plants that provide shelter, seeds, berries, and insects for birds.


You don’t need a garden to attract some of the UK’s most colourful birds to your garden. You can even attach a bird feeder to a window.


Consider participating in the Big Garden Birdwatch, the largest and longest-running garden wildlife survey in the UK. This survey provides the RSPB with important data about how our neighbourhood species are faring.


About The Artist



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About Our Partner

The RSPB is the UK’s largest nature conservation charity, working locally in the UK, and around the world. Our vision is a shared world where wildlife, wild places, and all people thrive. We act by protecting and restoring habitats, saving species, and helping to end the nature and climate emergency. Nature is in crisis. Together we can save it.

For all licensed Products sold by Historiart, Historiart will donate a minimum of £10,000 per annum to RSPB Sales Ltd, which gives all its distributable profits through Gift Aid to the RSPB.

Manufactured under licence from RSPB Sales Limited to raise awareness of the RSPB (charity registration in England and Wales no 207076 and Scotland no SC037654).