Many species of bird need different types of habitat to conform to their needs. Surely, every type of habitat has different kinds of food to offer than the other. So, with this, it is always best to know what type of bird you own and what habitat they are in, to be able to give them the wild bird food that they really need.
Learning their Homes
Heathlands. Heathlands are often found in unfertile soil. Around the Australian harbor they are mainly seen near the coast where there are most wind and salt spray, and this habitat is not supported by tall trees. Heathlands are dense homes because most plants found here are hard-leaved making them very suitable homes for small birds.
Woodlands. Different from Heathlands, Woodlands is where trees are dominant, and is covered with native grasses. In Australia, this habitat was mainly seen in the western parts with more fertile soil. Sadly, this type of habitat is now being cleared because of industrialization, making birds who reside in this habitat the most unsafe.
Forests. Forests are known for having the most coverage of trees for birds. Types of forest depend on their substance of eucalypts that measure whether a part is dry or wet, and where most water resource comes from A larger scale of bird species is found in the forests because this is ultimately their natural habitat even before migration and what not.
Rainforests. The last type of habitat to be discussed are rainforests, which grows on deeper and moister condition of the earth. Most rainforest plants give fleshy-fruits and types of berries, which are valuable food resource for many types of birds, but most especially to Parrots and Pigeons.