Bird Food Blog
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It is always very important to remember how diverse and important our forests and woods are. They are packed full of flora, fungi and fauna as well as having huge environmental value.
Living in a seaside town during the winter months can be a bit bleak but beauty can be found everywhere if you search hard enough for it. Come the months of March, April and May though it is a completely different story.
When the country awakens on the morning of Friday 8th May it will mark the 75th anniversary of the end of World War Two in Europe. The guns finally fell silent after many years of carnage and war. It was a time for the whole nation to celebrate and look forward to the future.
On 22nd April every year, we are encouraged to celebrate Earth Day. First organised in 1970, it is the global effort to clean up habitats and promote environmental protection and is now 50 years old.
Like everyone else around four months ago, we heard the news that a new virus had emerged and was spreading rapidly in China. It all seemed very far away and was not disrupting lives here in the UK at all.
We all know the pleasures of feeding our local wildlife at home. Watching your garden birds feeding can give us great satisfaction and when your birds drink, bathe and preen themselves it’s a spectacle that the whole family can get involved in; however, feeding wildlife doesn’t have to end when you leave home.