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Bird Feeding Blog

Bird Feeding Blog

It's time to buy bird food and bird feeders that work - buy trusted hand-crafted birdseed from Haith's UK. Discover the secrets behind attracting lots of different bird species to the garden, and start enjoying the sights and sounds of nature even more. Our bird feeding blogs will show you how to buy good quality wild bird food online that's hand-crafted and made fresh on the premises daily.

We'll share our bird table secrets and guide you through the rewarding process of bird feeding plus giving nature a helping hand. If you don't have time to read the blog, use our bird feeding A to Z guide to select the right wild bird food by bird species. If you have a little more time on your hands and you'd like to contribute a blog post, please email the team at enquiries@haiths.com

Win 5kg Help to Fly Peck 'n' Mix

Win 5kg Help to Fly Peck 'n' Mix

It's your chance to win a 5kg Help to Fly! Peck 'n' Mix. Competition closes 20th February 2017.

We Love Garden Birds

We Love Garden Birds

In this blog we explore the importance and the love we share for wild birds.

How to keep bird baths ice-free this winter

How to keep bird baths ice-free this winter

Read this blog and the advice we give to ensure your bird baths don't freeze over winter.

Top Ten Winter Wonders for Wildlife

Top Ten Winter Wonders for Wildlife

One of our favourite natural history broadcasts of the year is back!

New Products for Spring

New Products for Spring

We have added several new products to our range this winter in preparation for the spring, including these lovely coloured Cup Feeders.

Bird Feeders and Hygiene

Bird Feeders and Hygiene

When a large number of birds are attracted to gardens to feed, their chances of contracting a disease are slightly increased because they are grouping together in one place (a bird table for example) and also in relatively large numbers, which they don’t tend to do in the wild.

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