Bird Food Blog
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Activity at the bird table has continued apace during the last week and I’m now convinced that the feral pigeon numbers are bolstered by youngsters, as some of the ones I’m seeing seem to have different feather markings to the ‘regulars’.
Bird watching is easier than we may think while we are staying safely at home. And - let's face it - we can’t get much closer to home and nature than sitting in the comfort of an armchair with a cup of tea watching the birds that visit our garden.
Activity continues to be brisk at my bird feeders, which is probably the biggest understatement of the year. The starlings have been bringing more and more youngsters to the feeders and in the last couple of days, I’ve counted in excess of 30 in the garden at one time, which probably means they’re even more than that and that’s not counting the adult birds.
It has been an interesting week as always watching the birds in the garden and as I mentioned the other week, the first of the young birds are appearing.
My neighbour’s house has for many years been the home for a small group of house sparrows, noisy, bolshy and entertaining.
What a few weeks it's been since I last wrote to you; I'm so very proud of the entire Haith's team for remaining agile during the COVID-19 crisis and sticking true to our objective to 'make better things.'