Bird Food Blog
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With so many fallen leaves on the ground and those with magnificent colours clinging on to the trees, we’ve been inspired to launch a ‘leaf themed’ photography competition.
There has been slightly less work taking place in my garden during the past week and so the birds are back into their normal routine of eating food at the bird table.
Throughout the COVID-19 lockdown, we encouraged our customers to sit back and become an "Armchair Naturalist" and to share their natural world observations with others to stay connective with the outside world. A number of you went that extra mile and wrote blogs, which we published on our website for all to enjoy.
On some of the colder days in the past week bird numbers have certainly increased, but unfortunately, I have been having work done in the garden on steps and a patio and this has at times disturbed their feeding opportunities.
Over the past week it has been nice to see several visits of a woodpecker to the garden and although I can’t be sure that it’s the same one, it follows the same routine and arrives at the feeders, eats from the suet square for several minutes and then flies off again, usually having arrived from the same direction.
I want to share the results of our recent COVID-19 bird feeding survey with you and tell you a little more about the work we're doing here at The Bird Food Centre to remain COVID secure.