Advice for attracting birds to your garden if you are designing a new garden or developing an existing one.
A list of container and low-growing plants, trees, shrubs and climbers that provide food and shelter for wildlife.
A monthly calendar shows when plants will provide nectar, fruit or seeds for native birds.
Birds and bugs such as spiders, moths, beetles, earthworms and stick insects like green backyards. They move in. Use our checklist to find out how 'green' your garden is.
Fill your garden with birdsong. Try this pine cone bird feeder to invite birds such as sparrows, silvereyes and starlings into your garden.
Watch a video about the Suburban backyard - learn what kind of wildlife you might find in your own garden, and how to turn it into a safe haven for birds, lizards and weta.