Bird Food Blog
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In today’s wildlife adventures with an iPhone, I want to encourage you to use your smartphone camera (mine’s an iPhone) to reconnect with the natural world.
Hands up if you know hoverflies mimic wasps and bees but don’t bite or sting? Fascinating, aren’t they?
I’m determined to continue my wildlife adventures with my trusty iPhone at the ready.
More numerous and harder to spot are our smaller garden birds. These could well be cute finches, tits and sparrows being some of the birds that will most frequently visit our gardens.
The Long-tailed tit (Aegithalos caudatus) is a small bird with pink, black and white plumage and a long black tail with white outer feathers. It is called the 'Long-tailed' tit because its tail is longer than its body.