Bird Food Blog
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The Wren (Troglodytes Troglodytes) is a small dumpy bird that is warm brown in colour with lighter shades of brown and cream, its wings are small and roundish and the tail is short and narrow which is sometimes cocked up vertically.
I challenged my two boys to take a few photos on Sunday to see if they could capture nature and its surroundings during a family stroll into town.
Cheaper bird food mixes often contain large quantities of low-energy fillers such as wheat and milo. It's certainly worth spending a little more to avoid these cheaper fillers. Another way to avoid them is to experiment by feeding 'straight' seeds.
In this week's Wildlife Adventures with an iPhone, I'd like to show you what's happened to that buddleia bush in my garden.
Simon H King, Haith’s Associate Director has recently been elected a Fellow of The Linnean Society of London, the world’s oldest active biological society.
I was thrilled to have given a talk to CUVZS students about feeding and nutrition of birds last week (24th October 2019) along with our veterinary advisor Prof. John E. Cooper, Margaret E. Cooper and the fourth generation of Haith’s bird seed, Miss Rosie Haith BSc.