Haith's Wildlife Blog
The common Linnet (Linaria cannabina) is a small passerine bird and a member of the finch family. It is a slim bird with a long tail. Its upper parts are brown, throat is a sullied white and its bill is grey. In the summer the male has a grey nape, red head-patch and red breast.
A recent UK-wide survey by the British Trust for Ornithology has revealed that Goldfinches are now being seen in record numbers in our gardens.
Haith’s moved to Genesis Way, Europarc Grimsby in 2008 after outgrowing its Cleethorpes home of 61 years. Read on to learn how we created our very own autumn garden...
Different animals hibernate at different times of the year. Discover below out how you can help a hedgehog hibernate this autumn and winter
According to WWF research, Earth has lost half of its wildlife in the past 40 years which is why we’re doubling our efforts to take care of what’s left of our wild bird population and the world’s natural capital (it’s natural assets).