Bird Food Blog
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The Fieldfare (Turdus pilaris) is a large, colourful bird and a member of the thrush family (Turdidae). They are very similar in size to a mistle thrush and can easily be recognised from its 'thrush' shape and its grey crown, nape and rump along with a chestnut-brown back.
As the hours of daylight grow shorter we are seeing a great change in our garden here at Europarc Grimsby.
The Rook (Corvus frugilegus) is a large member of the crow (Corvidae) family; it is similar in size to the Carrion Crow. It has a slender bill, a bare, greyish-white face.
Win a bag of Golden Chorus.
We are giving away a 5kg bag of Golden Chorus to one lucky winner.
As the days grow shorter after the summer is over and we hideaway indoors, spare a thought for our feathered friends. To survive the cold, birds must fatten up to increase their chances of survival. Each day presents a fresh challenge to source food.