Bird Food Blog
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Our new apprentice Ellie asked: How do birds learn how to fly? View Bill's video here #AskBillOddie.
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.
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.
Hedgerows criss-cross our countryside dividing up farmland and scenery, stretching for miles and miles but what exactly are they?
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.