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Haith's Wildlife Blog

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There are more Starlings than usual in my garden, why? #AskBillOddie

There are more Starlings than usual in my garden, why? #AskBillOddie

Why could there be more starlings in your garden? Watch Bill's short clip explaining why this could be #AskBillOddie.

How do birds learn how to fly? #AskBillOddie

How do birds learn how to fly? #AskBillOddie

Our new apprentice Ellie asked: How do birds learn how to fly? View Bill's video here #AskBillOddie.

Long-tailed tit

Long-tailed tit

In recent years Long-tailed Tits have copied the hanging feeder habits of the Blue and Great Tits and now visit feeders frequently especially during cold weather.

Compatible Neighbours

Compatible Neighbours

A recent investigation by Oxford University has discovered that a group of male Great Tits, researched at Wytham Woods in Oxfordshire over six breeding seasons, chose to nest alongside other males with the same personality.

Countryside Hedgerows

Countryside Hedgerows

Hedgerows criss-cross our countryside dividing up farmland and scenery, stretching for miles and miles but what exactly are they?

The Yellow Wagtail

The Yellow Wagtail

The Yellow Wagtail (Motacilla flava) is a small passerine bird and is part of the Wagtail family (Motacillidae). It is a bird that visits us between March and September, and then it migrates for the winter to a warmer climate, south of the Sahara, Africa.

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