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What bird food do Blackbirds like?

What bird food do Blackbirds like?

We all know the English nursery rhyme “Sing a Song of Sixpence” which includes the unfortunate mention of 'Four and twenty Blackbirds, baked in a pie,' - we like to hope this was sung more for the entertainment of diners long, long ago as we don’t like to think of Blackbirds being put anywhere near pastry.

Teasel - a wildflower NOT a weed

Teasel - a wildflower NOT a weed

In this edition of my wildlife adventures with an iPhone, the thought occurred to me (during a lunchtime stroll) that one person's wildflower is another person's weed.

Buddleia - Brilliant for butterflies and bees

Buddleia - Brilliant for butterflies and bees

In this week’s wildlife adventures with an iPhone, I couldn't resist filming how much life this buddleia supports when it flowers - there's no wonder it's often referred to as the butterfly bush.

Adventures with an iPhone: Moon jellyfish (Aurelia aurita)

Adventures with an iPhone: Moon jellyfish (Aurelia aurita)

This week’s adventures with an iPhone revealed the kind of jelly no-one wants to be accompanied with a scoop of ice cream at the seaside – a jellyfish!

Rewild - Go natural

Rewild - Go natural

Rewilding is the new buzzword on everyone’s lips, but what does it mean? It's a choice about how we decide to manage our land.

Wildlife adventures with an iPhone - Mallard ducklings

Wildlife adventures with an iPhone - Mallard ducklings

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.

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