Life in the garden

Blue tit at Swedish red cottage bird feeder from Wildlife Garden www.wildlifegarden.info
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Birds need different food during different times of the year.  During winter birds require high energy, fat rich feed such as peanuts to thrive in the cold.  Be aware that birds should not be fed salted or roasted nuts! The beautiful blue-tit is a big fan of peanuts and is thrilled that @karolinalansmansgarden is serving them outside her kitchen window.

Winter

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Teelicht! Eigentlich eine Futterstation http://www.waldundco.com/zu-gewinnen-designer-vogelfutterstation/
Erdnuss Futterstation  - auch eine Vogelfutterstation http://www.waldundco.com/zu-gewinnen-designer-vogelfutterstation/
Nuts for peanuts! Blue tits are big fans of high energy feed like suet balls or peanuts and having them on offer is almost sure to attract these colourful feathery friends. Use our sleek combi feeder nuts filled with unsalted peanuts for a lively spring garden!

Autumn

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Many small birds need to eat several times their weight in food every day. During summer, many species are moulting and might need extra energy — making summertime bird feeding important. The birds fly for insects in summer, and they need to teach their offspring to hunt, so a moderate feeding with less fatty seeds is often the best choice. | The Multiholks function as feeders or nests, and the collection has several styles and colours.
Wildlife Garden - Giant Feeder Black
Two great tits communicating. Bird feeder that can be turned into a birdnest in Swedsih design "Beige House" from Wildlife Garden. www.wildlifegarden.info

Summer

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Keep your garden hand tools at hand and in order with the help of quirky wall hooks—here representing "garden destroyers"; the hare/rabbit, roe deer and wild boar!
The whole collection can be found in our web shop!
#Carrots, #leeks, #garlic, #beans. What are you #growing this year?
The climbing notches on the inside of the “Multiholk Half Timber Cottage” makes it easy for the chicks to reach the entrance hole. #birds #nest #birdnest #bluetit #chick #multiholk #halftimber #cottage #babybird #fågelunge #blåmes #blåmesunge “fågelholk #fågelhus #korsvirke #hus #näste #provavingarna #blaumeise #fachwerk #Haus #Kate #nistkasten #wildlifegarden #wildlifegardensweden

Spring

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three metal hooks are attached to the side of a wooden wall with giraffe heads on them
Playful hand-carved hooks
Keep your garden hand tools at hand and in order with the help of quirky wall hooks—here representing "garden destroyers"; the hare/rabbit, roe deer and wild boar! The whole collection can be found in our web shop!
a small bird sitting on top of a pink book next to yellow and red flowers
Featured - Wildlife Garden Web Shop
NEW IN! Artisanship, focus, skill, and traditional wood carving tools–in the right hands–create our authentic, detail-rich wood-carved pieces. This spring sees the arrival of a range of new DecoBirds; a flying skylark, pink robin, common yellowthroat, northern flicker and a Eurasian teal. In addition, our keyring collection expands with more botanical motifs: physalis, star anise, poppy and wheat! Lastly, a new addition to our kitchen roll holders features the much-loved sulfur-crested cockatoo!
a red birdhouse with two silos on it's roof covered in snow
Bird Feeders - Multifeeder Barn from Wildlife Garden AB
Are you prepared for your feathery garden visitors? The Multifeeder Barns are extra-spacious and let you offer many different types of feed simultaneously. If you felt last winter that the food vanished too fast on the colder days, then the Giant Silo Barn is the solution. It holds everything from suet balls, nuts and 10 litres of seeds—all at once.
a sculpture made out of wooden sticks with pictures on them in the middle of a park
Nests - Wildlife Garden Web Shop
Center Parcs in Bispinger Heide, south of Hamburg, have set up an installation on one of their nature trails. "The Bird Village" is an artwork seamlessly integrated with the surrounding nature, and the nearby bird feeders attract birds to the area. The project aims to inspire visitors to set up birdhouses and feeders in their own gardens. This fantastic project was planned and brought to life by Rick Smits Total Green (NL) and uses a collection from Wildlife Garden's bird houses.
three hanging lanterns in the shape of star of david, with candles lit inside them
Search - Wildlife Garden Web Shop
Suet ball feeder or tea light holder? Why not both? The clever star-shaped suet ball bird feeder makes a decorative feature in the garden or on the balcony. Suet balls are an excellent food source for birds, especially during the colder months, as they need extra energy to keep warm. The star creates a delightful atmosphere as a hanging lantern with a glass tealight holder inserted.
two birds are perched on the top of a bird house and one is flying away
Bird Feeders - Multiholk from Wildlife Garden AB
Functionalism, states that purpose and function should be the sole basis of a building's design. Our Funkis Multiholk draws inspiration from the movement that says architecture should be a means to physically create a better world and life for people. Multiholk is a combined birdhouse and bird feeder designed and handcrafted in solid wood with hand-painted details in environmentally friendly paint. The collection ranges in style from the traditional cottage to the modern Funkis villa.
a mailbox in front of a house with plants around it and a brick building behind it
Bird Feeders - Multifeeder Barn from Wildlife Garden AB
The traditional barn with two spacious silos attracts birdlife to your garden!😍 NEW IN this autumn for a living garden is the Giant Silo Barn that can hold 10 litres of bird food. The barn has three interior compartments to fill with different bird seeds and there are also two silos on one end of the barn. One fits up to five suet balls, while the other is perfect for peanuts. The greater the variety of food, the more bird species will come to your feeding station.
a bird house attached to the side of a tree
A Bat Castle is a must!
There is a housing shortage in the bat's natural environments and many of the European bat species are endangered. By putting up a bat box we can help them find an ideal home. They are voracious mosquito eaters and a female can eat up to 5000 mosquitoes in just one night. And that pleases us! Find our Bat Castle among the other nests on our homepage! And read more about bats!
a white bird house with a black roof
Multiholk - combined bird feeder and birdhouse
Many small birds need to eat several times their weight in food every day. During summer, many species are moulting and might need extra energy — making summertime bird feeding important. The birds fly for insects in summer, and they need to teach their offspring to hunt, so a moderate feeding with less fatty seeds is often the best choice. | The Multiholks function as feeders or nests, and the collection has several styles and colours.
strawberries and other fruit are sitting on the table with two trays of food
Keep the tablecloth in place
The table is set in the garden, guests are on their way, everything is ready — and here comes the wind — could someone please save the cake!? The magnetic tablecloth weights with flower motifs will save the day and the cake.
a blue and white birdhouse sitting on top of a pole next to some bushes
Garden architecture that honours tradition
In Sweden, old boathouses have a certain air of vacation times. They can also be seen as honouring the hard labour of our ancestors as fishermen. Multiholks take their design from the architecture of these traditional cottages while being modern feeders or nests for the birds in the garden.
a bird house sitting on top of a pole in the middle of some plants and flowers
Garden architecture that honours tradition
In Sweden, old homestead cottages have a certain air of mid-summer and vacation. They can also be seen as honouring the hard labour of our ancestors as farmers. Multiholks take their design from the architecture of these traditional cottages while being modern feeders or nests for the birds in the garden.