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Bird Feeding Blog

Bird Feeding Blog

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We'll share our bird table secrets and guide you through the rewarding process of bird feeding plus giving nature a helping hand. If you don't have time to read the blog, use our bird feeding A to Z guide to select the right wild bird food by bird species. If you have a little more time on your hands and you'd like to contribute a blog post, please email the team at enquiries@haiths.com

It looks very much like autumn

It looks very much like autumn

Although we haven’t had any particularly chilly nights at the back end of summer and then into the start of metrological autumn, the trees are certainly starting to turn colour in Kent and some are losing their leaves

Buzz buzz buzz

Buzz buzz buzz

This past week has brought some much warmer days again across Kent although it is cooler today and we’ve had some welcome rain overnight.

Amusing to watch

Amusing to watch

My blog this week starts on a light-hearted note.

Comings and goings

Comings and goings

I have seen at least three blackbirds in the garden this past week, a male, female and possibly an adolescent.

This is hard work!

This is hard work!

I enjoy watching the birds from various windows in the house when I’m working on whatever I am doing and a couple of days ago I was sitting at my laptop and a wood pigeon landed in the top of a conifer, in view of the window and so takes the starring role in the picture with this blog.

Business as usual

Business as usual

Over recent weeks I have been commenting about the young starlings, the young sparrows and the adolescent blackbird.

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