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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

New! CityFeed for Britain's Urban Bird Gardens

New! CityFeed for Britain's Urban Bird Gardens

Welcome to CityFeed - Our new letterbox service for built-up areas and when convenience is a factor. Smaller sizes – order more frequently – nice and fresh bird food – conveniently posted through letterboxes at home or even at work!

What happened in April?

What happened in April?

As April draws to a close, we’re presented with a brief opportunity to take a breath and reflect on what an exciting month it is in the wildlife calendar...

First signs of spring competition

First signs of spring competition

For your chance to win a Premium Quality Woodland Bird Bath enter our First Signs of Spring Photography Competition...

Who says one swallow doesn't make spring?

Who says one swallow doesn't make spring?

Swallows have dark blue backs, red throats, pale under parts and long tail streamers. Here is a guide to understand the mind of a swallow.

I Can’t Feed my Favourite Bird! So What’s my Favourite Bird?

I Can’t Feed my Favourite Bird! So What’s my Favourite Bird?

So what’s my favourite bird? The swallow. Always has been and I suspect it always will be. They look good at a distance – sleek, streamlined miniature jet planes – and they look good close up –a charming red bib, eyes as big and dark as a baby seals, a beak set in a permanently benign smile, and a cheery jumble of a song that is the very definition of the word “twitter”. But it’s not how they sound or look, it’s what they do.

Veterinary work in East Africa – essential equipment

Veterinary work in East Africa – essential equipment

Working as a wildlife vet in Kenya conjures up images of helicopters, four-wheel-drive vehicles, capture guns and an army of field workers and anti-poaching rangers.

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