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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: 
 

How To Help Your Local Hedgehog

How To Help Your Local Hedgehog

Did you know that this tiny mammal has been roaming around Britain for 15 million years? Hard to believe it walked this land with the sabre-toothed tiger… however, it has been brought to near extinction in the last couple of decades and desperately needs our help.

Unchartered waters: how much longer can nature hold its breath?

Unchartered waters: how much longer can nature hold its breath?

The UK is already 'one of the most nature-depleted countries in the world,' according to the State of Nature 2016 report so let's hope the natural world is on the agenda of our EU exit negotiations as we need a more ambitious vision for British wildlife and the countryside, and we need it now.

Is deadwood good for nature?

Is deadwood good for nature?

Deadwood provides food, shelter and a place to breed for nature.

Why do birds have different songs? #AskBillOddie

Why do birds have different songs? #AskBillOddie

@HotTeaOnAHotDay #AskBillOddie question: "My 9yr old would like to know why different birds have different songs, and can they understand each other?"

Which species of birds' behavior do you find most fascinating? #AskBillOddie

Which species of birds' behavior do you find most fascinating? #AskBillOddie

Bill Oddie's answer to Rebecca J Roberts's #AskBillOddie question will leave you speechless: "What species of birds behaviour do you find the most fascinating and why?"

Do birds sing to make a noise or because they're happy? #AskBillOddie

Do birds sing to make a noise or because they're happy? #AskBillOddie

During our latest #AskBillOddie filming session Tina asked: Do birds sing to make a noise or because they're happy?

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