We are celebrating the RSPB Big Bird Watch this month with 10% off our nature range

Bird Feeding Station In Brown - close up with a winter background

The RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch runs from January 26-28 and to encourage people to take part, we are offering a 10% discount on our whole nature range for the week leading up to and including the event. Our nature range includes hedgehog houses, nest boxes, bird feeding platforms and stations, and garden planters. Just add the code BIRDWATCH2024 in your shopping basket to receive the discount at checkout! Discount valid 17th – 29th January.

So far more than 230,000 people across the country have signed up to take part in the charity’s survey on garden birds, which has been going since 1979.


We are launching our new-look bird feeding station, which has been specially redesigned for 2024 following feedback from customers, and now offers greater shelter for small garden birds such as sparrows.
Company owner Rob Barlow said: “Sustainability and care for the environment is at the heart of everything we do at TDP. We want to do all we can to safeguard the natural world and our nature range has been created to help customers look after the wildlife in their outdoor spaces.

“It’s shocking to see how much garden birds have declined over the past few decades and I hope that as many people as possible will sign up to take part in the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch this year. We’re launching our nature range offer as a bit of an encouragement. In our garden in Derbyshire, we welcome a good number of blue tits, great tits, robins, blackbirds, chaffinches and wagtails, with the occasional woodpecker, jay, magpie and greenfinch. It’s also lovely to spot buzzards, kestrels, and the odd Red Kite.

TDP Improved Recycled Bird Feeding Station in Brown, placed in a winter garden Black Ipstone Garden Planter Made From Recycled Plastic

My wife Anne and I are passionate about the environment and have participated in several citizen science trips in the Arctic, Antarctica and the UNESCO Baa Atoll Biosphere Reserve in the Indian Ocean. We have been lucky enough to participate in some incredible citizen science trips overseas, taking part in some important surveys monitoring vulnerable wildlife, including counting penguins in Antarctica. But you don’t have to go abroad to take part in citizen science.

The RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch is a great example of a brilliantly organised survey that is right here on our doorstep in Great Britain. While a lot of the news on garden birds in this country has been very concerning, it’s only by conducting proper scientific surveys such as this one that we can get a true picture of what problems we face.


Start them early, demonstrate your commitment to the environment with a purchase from our Nature Range and enjoy a 10% discount. Every small action counts!

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