2. Give Birds A Place To Bathe
The most sought-after tubs aren’t of the claw-foot variety: they’re shallow, with rocks or pieces of driftwood acting as safe landing strips, and sloping sides so the chirpers can wade. Place birdbaths in open areas of the garden to allow birds to spot wily neighbourhood felines before they get too close. And be a good host-scrub the facilities down with a strong-bristled brush (but no chemicals) and replace the water once a week.