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 firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Mosses are to be found almost everywhere in Britain- in towns and cities (see previous blog) as well as in villages; on trees, on the ground, on walls, on roofs; on stones and rocks; in woodland, in marshland and on hillsides.
It's "Blackbird Friday" week at Haith's. Let's kickstart the celebration today by taking 10% off One for All™.
We all know what pleasure we get from playgrounds. Children find them a wonderful place in which to relax and to enjoy themselves, especially when school has ended for the day.
Today, we're 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.
When songwriter Paul Simon wrote these lyrics to his song (LEAVES THAT ARE GREEN - 1966) "I was twenty-one years when I wrote this song, I'm twenty-two now but I won't be for long. Time hurries on and the leaves that are green turn to brown" he must have been thinking about the passage of time.
Throughout the COVID-19 lockdown, we encouraged our customers to sit back and become an "Armchair Naturalist" and to share their natural world observations with others to stay connective with the outside world. A number of you went that extra mile and wrote blogs, which we published on our website for all to enjoy.