Bird Food Blog
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Should I continue to feed wild birds in summer? The answer is absolutely, YES, to feed. In fact, we should feed the birds in winter, spring, autumn and, most definitely, summer. Iconic bird expert Bill Oddie is calling for us all to join his ‘summer bird feeding is cool’ revolution.
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The Grey wagtail (Motacilla Cinerea) has slate grey upper parts and a strong yellow under-tail. In flight, its tail is longer than those of pied and yellow wagtails and it looks exceptionally narrow at the base.
Many people think that feeding wild birds is primarily a winter activity, but birds need our help all year round and arguably even more so during the summer months too.
All wild birds can be hostile at a bird feeder; however, some garden birds are actually prepared to engage in combat to secure a bird food offering.