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The Haith's wildlife and wild bird food nature news blog is updated by amateur naturalists, customers, and avian experts. It covers items important to people who care about the natural world - especially those who feed wild birds and provide habitat and bird food for garden wildlife. If you would like us to cover a subject, or, if you would like to write or contribute an article, please contact the chief content officer Simon King (simon.king at haiths.com). We invite you to comment on posts using the form situated at the foot of each article: 
 

Different Types of Bird Nests

Different Types of Bird Nests

Now spring is well underway, garden birds will soon be busy building nests to lay their eggs and raise their family during the coming months. Different birds, however, make different types of nests.

Spring has sprung on the Europarc

Spring has sprung on the Europarc

Spring has sprung here on the Europarc, Grimsby. The leaves are beginning to make an appearance on the trees and bushes outside of the Factory Outlet doorway.

"Haith's bird-related activities for kids reaches Kenya"

"Haith's bird-related activities for kids reaches Kenya"

Cage & Aviary Birds Magazine were good enough to cover our World Wildlife Day events this month and they were amazed to see our efforts reach as far as Kenya.

The Birdsong of Spring

The Birdsong of Spring

Spring is a great time of year. It’s the return of many things including spring flowers like daffodils, crocuses, and tulips.

Marching into spring

Marching into spring

The birds that have frequented our gardens throughout the winter months will all tend to hang around as regular visitors until the end of March and the ground feeding Dunnocks, Blackbirds and Wrens will be busy hopping around amongst snowdrops and crocuses.

The Song Thrush

The Song Thrush

The Song Thrush (Turdus philomelos) can be seen all year round and is quite easy to identify as it is slightly smaller than the Mistle Thrush. It has even brown upperparts and buff underparts spotted brown and its underwing colour is pale yellowish-brown. Its distinctive song, which has repeated musical phrases, has frequently been referred to in poetry.

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