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February garden birds

February garden birds

During February you will see the garden birds that have survived winter foraging continuously in search of food. The fittest of these survivors may also start to flaunt courtship displays.

The Goldcrest

The Goldcrest

Found all over Britain the Goldcrest is the UK’s tiniest bird. It's usually found in coniferous gardens, hedgerows, and woods. A very active and tame bird, it will flit from branch to branch searching for insects and spiders.

A guide to nest boxes

A guide to nest boxes

There are few things more satisfying or entertaining than having birds take to a nest box that you have put up. Ideally, no garden should be devoid of a bird house (or two), especially if there aren’t any trees with “natural” hollows. Why not save the birds some time and trouble by providing a ready to move into nest box?

The Green Woodpecker

The Green Woodpecker

The Green Woodpecker (Picus viridis) is a member of the woodpecker family (Picidae). It is one of three types of woodpecker and is the largest. The crown and nape are crimson, the mantle and wings are green, with a yellowish rump and whitish underparts, the tail and bill are blackish and there is black marking around its white eye.

Plastic Pollution

Plastic Pollution

The world’s population is growing and we are working, living and holidaying more than ever along our coasts, but a simple walk along any beach, sadly anywhere, and our plastic waste problem is visible to see.

A visit to the Arabian Gulf

A visit to the Arabian Gulf

From 3-10 December 2017 Professor John E Cooper, veterinary advisor to Haith’s, and his wife Margaret E Cooper were in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) as guests at an international bird of prey/falconry/conservation conference.

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