If you enjoy spending time learning about wild birds and watching them flourish in your garden then you might want to stock up on useful products. You can attract more wild birds to your garden by providing the right environment for them and investing in some things they love. Here are some top products for wild bird lovers. Bird boxesIf you want different wild birds to visit your garden then one of the best things you can do is build a potential home for them. You can put nesting boxes around your garden and the birds will come along and make it their own. You might even be lucky enough to witness a family of young birds growing up in the safety of your garden. Bird BathsWild birds love the occasional bathe in a garden bird bath. It's really sweet to watch them flurrying about in the bath and washing their wings. Bird baths are also a lovely addition to your garden. BinocularsIf you want to go on a few bird watching trips throughout the year then stock up on some binoculars. You will be able to watch these wonderful creates when they are hundreds of metres away. You can also use them in your garden if you want to watch the wild birds in your garden up close. Dog, Cat and Squirrel RepellentThe last thing you want is your bird feed to be eaten by animals other than birds. If you are constantly getting other animals stealing foods then this could scare the birds off. Prevent animal thieves by getting some repellent. These natural biodegradable pellets are palatable to wild birds but will deter other animals. Wild Bird FeedersYou can get hanging feeders and feeding balls to put around your garden. Keep refilling them and you will have wild birds coming back to feed regularly. Bird Feed ProtectorIt is sometimes difficult to stop other animals such as squirrels from taking your bird feed. You can get protective cases that cover bird feeders and stop animals from getting into them. Wildlife CameraWant to see wild birds in action in their nests? The ultimate wild bird fans will love wildlife cameras. These handy cameras are compact enough to fit in a bird nest box. You can then record their activity and watch it back to see what birds are really like.