Bird Food Blog
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The Jay (Garrulus glandarius) is a medium–sized passerine bird and a member of the crow family (Corvidae). Its head has a black and white flecked crown, black moustache and white throat. Learn more...
Robins are a welcome sight in any garden. They're associated with Christmas and the winter months though are resident year round. Both female and male have a bright (almost) identical red breast - making them easy to identify as Robins. And once you've identified one the next question is, what do Robins eat?
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Birds have been connected with Halloween folklore for as long as we can remember. The reason is that many cultures (ancient and modern) view certain types of birds as dark and devilish.
The Great Spotted Woodpecker (Dendrocopos major) is a medium-sized bird. It's one of two black and white woodpeckers that is resident in Britain. Learn more..