Growing up around animals on a small holding gave me such a love for nature and all widlife. This time of year as Autumn is here and Winter is creeping upon us give a thought for the birds in your garden. It’s cold and food is getting harder to find, so why not set up a bird feeder in your garden?
It can be a fun activity as well for getting your kids interested in activities in the garden. I remember when I was little mum used to have a cute little pair of robins that lived in the trees in the garden. We used to leave out seeds and fat balls. I loved hearing them singing away.
So when the lovely people at Boxwild contacted me asking if I would love to review one of the gift boxes that they do. I thought it would be a great idea to start attracting more birds to our garden this Winter.
We got sent the Bird Feeder Gift Box to have a look at. They also do the fatty box and various birdseed subscription packages and wildlife subscription boxes.
All of Boxwild’s seed mixes are hand-blended in their kitchens in Surrey. Included in the bird feeder box are the Songbird, Robin and Boxwild blends. Perfect for bird watchers who want to attract various birds to their garden.
Also in the bird feeder box is a seed feeder that holds lots of seed, simple to fill and easy for the birds to get the seed out. A great little birdseed scoop which helps with filling the feeder and my favourite, the fruit feeder.
I love the little house design, its fun! I now need to find a home for it in our garden. The pin easily comes out for you to pierce through an apple.
With each box sold Boxwild sends a donation to two wildlife charities to support the wonderful work they do. They are currently working with Wildfowl and Wetland Trust and Butterfly Conservation.
I think the bird feeder gift box is great value for money at £28.00 and has everything needed for getting started into bird watching. It’s perfect for children to learn more about the birds in their own garden. Although please make sure adults only use the fruit feeder as the pin can be sharp for piercing the fruit.
*I was given this bird feeder gift box in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.