Bird Food Blog
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The weather has been hot during the past week and especially so on Friday 31st July and so bird activity has been a little more muted during the last few days.
The new normal is an expression we are used to hearing concerning the pandemic and I began to wonder earlier this week if there was a new normal with the birds in the garden.
There cannot be many people who haven’t heard of the festive song regarding the twelve days of Christmas and two turtle doves.
The results for this year’s Big Garden Birdwatch are in and yet again the House Sparrow has topped the charts at the number one spot.
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The last couple of days have been hot here in Kent and the birds at the feeders and bird table have moved to a new routine. Normally the larger birds such as the feral pigeons, the collared doves, the jackdaws and crow tend to come early in the morning and have their breakfast and some more come for a top-up of food at lunchtime.