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Bird Food Blog

Bird Food Blog

 
Welcome to the Haith's bird food blog - featuring posts from the team & special guests. If you'd like to share your nature notes with our readers, please email enquiries@haiths.com for more information. 
 

One for All - A firm favourite of Great Spotted Woodpeckers

One for All - A firm favourite of Great Spotted Woodpeckers

What a few weeks it's been since I last wrote to you; I'm so very proud of the entire Haith's team for remaining agile during the COVID-19 crisis and sticking true to our objective to 'make better things.'

Blossom and birdsong

Blossom and birdsong

I recently read that our 'exposure to green spaces contributes to our wellbeing' and I think we're all (hopefully) experiencing this for ourselves as we're encouraged to stay at home and protect the NHS.

Coronavirus update: We remain open

Coronavirus update: We remain open

Coronavirus update: We remain open and will continue to respect and work within the government's guidance.

Please note due to the increased orders and restrictions put in place to ensure employee safety for Covid 19, our orders are taking longer to arrive with customers. We will aim to get your order to you as soon as possible.

Feeding the birds can help the nation’s ‘armchair naturalists’ beat the coronavirus isolation

Feeding the birds can help the nation’s ‘armchair naturalists’ beat the coronavirus isolation

Haith’s, Britain’s bird food specialists since 1937, and one of the world’s leading veterinary experts, Professor John E Cooper, are encouraging the nation to feed the birds and stay connected through nature to get through the coronavirus outbreak and impending isolation sessions, and to remain healthy.

Haith's Helpline

Haith's Helpline

Today, we're opening our Haith's Helpline on the freephone number 0800 298 7054 - we're here (as we have been since 1937) to help you stay connected with nature, but from today we're going to double our efforts to help you stay connected with the outside world should you find yourself feeling isolated due to coronavirus.

What good's an empty bird feeder

What good's an empty bird feeder

In colder weather it’s a great help to birds by filling the bird feeder twice daily: in the morning and early afternoon is perfect.

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