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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 enquiries@haiths.com for more information. 
 

A walk on the wild side of Cleethorpes town

A walk on the wild side of Cleethorpes town

It’s Sunday and through these uncertain times during the coronavirus pandemic, my husband and I are following the government guidelines and taking to exercising daily outdoors. We are very lucky to have a seaside town and lovely parks on our doorstep where we live.

Armchair Naturalist - Peacock butterfly

Armchair Naturalist - Peacock butterfly

I am carrying on with my series of armchair naturalist blogs, a series looking at enjoying the wildlife in my garden in collaboration with Haith’s.

Armchair Naturalist - It’s that time of year again!

Armchair Naturalist - It’s that time of year again!

I live in a suburban garden, 90 feet long by 45 feet at the rear, narrower at the side of the house and with trees and hedging at the front. It is a mixed garden with 2 lawns, herbaceous shrubs, containers of seasonal flowers and bulbs, a vegetable plot, a beech hedge and a few mature trees.

Spring Wildlife

Spring Wildlife

During these uncertain times, it is easy to forget that outside in the natural world spring is still doing its thing

Helping armchair naturalists

Helping armchair naturalists

Sunday 22nd March 2020

Today is Mothering Sunday (“Mother’s Day”) and the sun is shining. Alas, because of Covid-19, many mothers will not see their offspring and will have to rely on a ‘phone call or contact by internet

Join the 'Armchair Naturalists' & beat the coronavirus isolation

Join the 'Armchair Naturalists' & beat the coronavirus isolation

Like everyone else around four months ago, we heard the news that a new virus had emerged and was spreading rapidly in China. It all seemed very far away and was not disrupting lives here in the UK at all.

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