Bird Food Blog
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The past week has seen the usual mix of birds coming to the garden and I think that either supplies of food in the countryside are starting to dwindle or the birds are thinking ahead to spring and are starting to gather ready for the breeding season.
Following on from our recent blog about forests and woodlands, we would like to focus on those rare woodland birds whose habitats are slowly disappearing.
The jackdaws have been keeping me amused during the past week and four of them are coming regularly to my feeders at various times during the day.
Since my last blog shortly before Christmas, the weather of course turned much colder and so bird activity at the feeders increased dramatically.
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.