Haith's Wildlife Blog:
Feed the birds, tuppence a bag.” So sang Julie Andrews in “Mary Poppins”. It sounds cheap, but maybe it was only a little bag. And I wonder what was in it? In the next verse she tells us: “breadcrumbs!” Oh dear, not very nutritious. And what species of birds would be getting fed?
Nowhere is this truer than in the bird world. All the success stories are the result of conservation measures. Stricter legislation regarding pollution of waterways has seen an increase in Kingfishers, even in urban areas.
Haith’s – The Bird Food Specialist Since 1937, have put together Olympeck! Bird Breakfast. View this blog to find out more...
View this blog to discover how wild birds make their own nests. Unless someone kindly puts out a nest box...
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Avian Pox and wild birds by Professor John E Cooper DTVM, FRCPath, FSB,CBiol, FRCVS - Customers of Haith’s, in common with many other members of the public, will have heard on radio or television about current concern regarding the spread of avian pox disease amongst wild birds in Britain.