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Join the 'Armchair Naturalists' & beat the coronavirus isolation

Join the 'Armchair Naturalists' & beat the coronavirus isolation

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.

Helping wildlife from the workplace

Helping wildlife from the workplace

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.

Can you eat bird food?

Can you eat bird food?

As the title suggests we do sometimes get asked, “Can you eat bird food?” We like to tell our customers that our high-quality bird seed is super-clean and safe for birds; however, even though some of the ingredients we use in our bird diets are human food grade, bird food is for the birds.

What can you feed a wild bird?

What can you feed a wild bird?

Feeding garden birds is one of the most helpful things you can do for wildlife; however, you have to be thoughtful with your feeding

Willow Tit

Willow Tit

Very similar in looks to the Marsh Tit, unfortunately in fast decline. Can be found in damp woodlands, hedges and, thickets in England, Wales and southern Scotland.

The Goldcrest

The Goldcrest

Found all over Britain the Goldcrest is the UK’s tiniest bird. It's usually found in coniferous gardens, hedgerows, and woods. A very active and tame bird, it will flit from branch to branch searching for insects and spiders.

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