Wetland Birds

Wetlands and watered areas are the habitats for many bird species. These include the well-known ducks, geese, swans and kingfishers, and the less common lapwings, wading birds and snipe.

Many of these will live, breed and feed in areas of high water concentration in the UK. Such as alongside rivers, lakes, coastlines and wet meadows. The UK’s wetlands are also internationally essential grounds for migratory birds. Such as ducks and swans who spend their winters feeding on and around these areas. It is necessary to do our bit to help. As some breeding wetland birds have suffered a severe decline in the past few decades.

Supplementing our internationally renowned populations of wintering ducks, geese and swans’ diet during harsh times or sparse food availability with Swan & Duck food specially designed for safe feeding is one way to do this.

Wetland Birds
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Cotswold Granaries Duck & Swan Food
WildThings Swan and Duck Food
Field Guide to Wetland Birds at Wildlife World
Simon King Ultimate Wildlife Hide