Re: bird feeder setup Q
I would echo David's caution about planting hybrids which are often 'designed' to flower for most of the year. It does encourage the more agressive species (at least in suburban Melbourne) such as the Wattlebirds, Noisy Miners etc. which attack some of the migrant species. When our poor Eastern Spinebills arrive in the next month or so, they usually cop a beating from these bullies. I find that planting endemics helps and also dense/spiky bushes in which the little guys shelter from the bullies. I am involved with a local park group and I purchase from the nursery which propagates the local plants for us.
I agree that Geoff's garden is superbly designed.
Life List : 481 (Southern Cassowary, Etty Bay, QLD, Oct., 2016)