The Gardenature Blog

Keep up-to-date with the latest ongoings, events & products at Gardenature!
How are birds affected by hurricanes

What happens to birds in areas affected by hurricanes?
Most birds wait for favorable winds and weather before starting a migratory flight, so seldom strike out over water during a hurricane, but some birds may be well offshore when a storm begins

by Simon Byland, 15 Sep 2017

Bird Fair Stand Award
24 Aug 2017

Bird Fair Stand Award

Our 13th Year exhibiting at the Bird Fair and it was lovely to meet and chat with some of our customers both new and old!
The new Gardenature stand design was awarded 'best stand' in the Camera and Optics section which we were very pleased about!

by Simon Byland, 24 Aug 2017

BirdFair Raffle Winner

Customers that purchased from us at the BirdFair last weekend were automatically entered into a Raffle to win back their spend.. We are pleased to announce the Lucky Winner!!

by Simon Byland, 23 Aug 2017

Visit us: BirdFair - Rutland

OUR OFFICES WILL BE UNATTENDED on 17th and 18th August as we are exhibiting at the British BirdFair.

by Simon Byland, 14 Aug 2017

Bushnell Camera Firmware Upgrades

As with any electronic product, it sometimes becomes necessary to upgrade your Bushnell Camera firmware to ensure it remains current and compatible.

by Simon Byland, 11 Aug 2017

Breeding Bird Survey
10 Aug 2017

Breeding Bird Survey

The BTO /JNCC / RSPB Breeding Bird Survey (BBS) is the main scheme for monitoring the population changes of the UK’s common breeding birds.

by Simon Byland, 10 Aug 2017

Common Blue Tit
24 Jul 2017

Common Blue Tit

The most common garden bird to see at your bird table or feeders would be a Blue Tit

by Simon Byland, 24 Jul 2017

BirdFair - Rutland
19 Jul 2017

BirdFair - Rutland

Come see us, 18th - 19th -20th August.

by Simon Byland, 19 Jul 2017

Gardenature Van Wrap
05 Jul 2017

Gardenature Van Wrap

Take a look at our new van wrap, I think you will see us out and about now!

by Simon Byland, 05 Jul 2017

The Solitary Bee Project

With more than 200 species of Solitary Bee in the UK, so named because unlike Honey Bees or Bumble Bees they live alone. Bees are very important to mankind as they help pollinate our crops, trees and wildflowers.

by Simon Byland, 13 Jun 2017

New Duck House
09 Jun 2017

New Duck House

We have been busy in the workshop again! Take a look at our newly designed Ornamental Duck Box

by Simon Byland, 09 Jun 2017

New House Sparrow Terrace

Read about our newly designed Sparrow House !

by Simon Byland, 09 Jun 2017

New Hedgehog box
09 Jun 2017

New Hedgehog box

Read about our new Hedgehog house design!

by Simon Byland, 09 Jun 2017

Hungry blue tit chicks

Footage captured on the gardenature nestbox camera

by Simon Byland, 12 May 2017

Blue Tit Nest Box Flutter

Short video capturing a blue tit hanging on for further instructions !

by Simon Byland, 11 May 2017

Bushnell Blue tit Nest Image

Photo snapped by a Bushnell 119740 at the Gardenature bird box

by Simon Byland, 25 Apr 2017

Bushnell captures a Starling on the garden tit box

This image was captured using a Bushnell 119740 Trail Camera trained on our Gardenature camera tit box yesterday, this demonstrates just what a great picture this 14mp camera can produce

by Simon Byland, 13 Apr 2017

Thrushes return to gardens

Blackbirds were the most commonly seen bird in gardens during 2016, according to the annual results of British Trust for Ornithology’s (BTO) Garden BirdWatch.

by Simon Byland, 13 Apr 2017

State of UK Birds Report 2016

The main theme of The State of the UK’s Birds report (SUKB) 2016 is the latest Birds of Conservation Concern 4 list – BoCC4 published in 2015 – and the species whose status has changed.

by Simon Byland, 12 Apr 2017

New Bushnell Trail Cameras

Take a look at the new range of Bushnell Cameras

by Simon Byland, 18 Mar 2017

Birds and Nature provide benefits to mental Health

People living in neighbourhoods with more birds, shrubs and trees are less likely to suffer from depression, anxiety and stress, according to research by the University of Exeter, the British Trust for Ornithology and the University of Queensland.

by Simon Byland, 03 Mar 2017

Bird Box Project for Schools

If you are a School in the South of England thats looking to install and upload a Bird Box Camera then this is for you..

by Simon Byland, 01 Mar 2017

Sparrowhawks absent from gardens this winter

It’s been a year of mixed fortunes for Sparrowhawk, with the highest recorded average counts in gardens last January, followed by the lowest-ever numbers for December, as reported by British Trust for Ornithology’s (BTO) Garden BirdWatch survey.

by Simon Byland, 16 Feb 2017

Nest box Camera Advice and FAQ's

At this time of the year we frequently get enquiries from customers asking us about all the do's and dont's for putting up a bird box camera

by Simon Byland, 09 Feb 2017

Hedgehogs staying up late!

Hedgehogs need to accumulate fat reserves before hibernation, and it’s likely that they were making use of milder conditions to continue foraging.

by Simon Byland, 19 Jan 2017

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