Come along to the Severn Valley Country Park and identify garden birds as they come to the feeders
The best way to encourage birds into your garden is very simple: give them food. Providing food for birds is one of the most helpful things you can do for your garden visitors. Garden birds bring music, colour and charisma to a garden and gardens have become important to birds, providing havens for declining species. It also gives you an opportunity to get up close to them affording you a better chance of identifying.
Severn Valley Country Park offers a number of opportunities to get up close to feeding birds, there are numerous bird feeders set up around the visitor centre and throughout park in the nature reserve area and also a bird hide in the park.
The Green Flag award winning Severn Valley Country Park is the perfect day out for all the family. Set in the peaceful, scenic valley of the River Severn, the park provides 126 acres of beautiful countryside and wonderful views which spans both sides of the longest river in the country. The woodlands, ponds and meadows of the park around found in 2 separate sites located at Alveley and Highley. Visitors can explore way-marked walking routes and see rare wildlife that has been lost from the wider countryside. An action-packed events programme including guided walks, children’s events, outdoor theatre and seasonal self-guided trails ensures there is always something exciting happening.
For more information about encouraging birds into your own gardens visit the RSPB webpage.