Attracting blue tits, great tits to your garden


This 18 February 2015 from BirdLife in the Netherlands is about attracting birds like great tits and blue tits to one’s garden.

Seed dropped by the tits may attract birds like greenfinchers, chaffinches and house sparrows.

See also here.

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