Our Award-Winning SuperClean™ wild bird food is safer for Britain's birds.
We've been providing high-quality bird food for garden birds since 1937. Cheap wildlife food can be full of dust, debris and waste husk and is harmful to birds. Choose Haith's SuperClean bird food and you are guaranteed high-quality wildlife food that's nutritious and safe.
Welcome to the UK's most innovative wild bird feeders, direct from Haith's. We stock easy to clean Droll Yankee and Bill Oddie bird feeders (backed by a Lifetime Guarantee). A high-quality bird feeder will last longer and will be easier to clean. Our bird feeders can be adapted with accessories, to improve feeding results and save bird seed from getting wet. If you have squirrels in your garden, consider a squirrel-resistant bird feeder as you’ll save money in the long run.
There are few things more satisfying or entertaining than having birds take to nest box that you have put up. Ideally, no garden should be devoid of bird houses, especially if there aren’t any trees with “natural” hollows. Why not save the birds some trouble by providing an appropriately designed artificial nest box?
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There are a few rules about where to site bird houses; not where cats or squirrels can easily get at them. Not in full sun, where the chicks might literally bake. And not too close together, if you are putting up more than one. And definitely never next to a bird feeder!
We recommend that you give the birds a choice and put up two or three inexpensive bird houses around the garden. It is unlikely that all of them will be occupied, but it certainly improves the chances of something moving in.
Which bird house? As well as the “traditional” bird houses, used mainly by Blue and Great Tits, you can provide custom built homes for several other species. Open front boxes for Robins and Spotted Flycatchers, larger hole boxes for Starlings, Nuthatches and so on. No one really knows why House Sparrows have declined so much in our cities but certainly the lack of holes and crevices in modern buildings doesn't help. Sparrow boxes might help though.
Don’t forget to leave or even create “natural” nesting places. Leave lots of Ivy. Don’t thin out bushier trees. Don’t demolish that old wall or dilapidated shed. They are all potential nest sites.