If you want to attract new species of birds to your garden, you should provide what they need the most. This usually includes food and shelter, but you can also allure them with new water and provided nesting sites.
Birdbath is the basic feature you need to have in your garden if you want it to be attractive to any type of bird. Birds need water, and if you provide it they’ll be more than happy to use it. But, besides a basic birdbath, you can also add a dripper, mister or bubbler, and this way create water movement, which the birds can hear and see from a greater distance, and come to investigate. A fountain birdbath or some larger water feature, are good options to consider. In the winter, provide a liquid water source for the birds, by adding a simple heater attachment to your existing birdbath, or upgrading it to a heated birdbath.
When attracting birds with a birdhouse, make sure that the house is designed with the particular bird species in mind. This means that the size of the entrance hole of the bird house should correspond with the size of the birds usually living in your surroundings. The bird house should also be safe, placed on a secure position from bad weather, and resistant to predators. You can also add some nesting materials around your garden, flower remains, grass clippings, and such that the birds will use when making their nests and that way stay longer in your garden.