Blackbirds will breed in half-open nest boxes if there is insufficient natural cover in hedges. By choosing this style for your garden you double your chances of a new bird family in the spring.
Blackbirds love to eat worms and you will see them using their long beaks to forage on the ground for these and fallen seeds. Where insects and fruit are also on the menu you may also see them appear on low bird tables, so try scattering seed mixes and fat treats here. You will know clearly there is a Blackbird about as they have a loud beautiful song. Learn more about Blackbirds with our Blackbird Fact File.
Below and you will find a range of products that are perfectly suited to the Blackbird. Ranging from food, feeders and habitats, choose your combination and make your garden a home from home for nature.