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Welcome to the Haith's bird food blog - featuring posts from the team & special guests. If you'd like to share your nature notes with our readers, please email enquiries@haiths.com for more information. 
 

Ask Bill Oddie is Back #AskBillOddie

Ask Bill Oddie is Back #AskBillOddie

Ask Bill Oddie is back and we promise he won’t bite. Tune in to the winter edition of #AskBillOddie or, better still, take part and ask Bill a question... what would you like to know?

RVCZS ROYAL VET SYMPOSIUM 1ST-2ND FEB 2014

RVCZS ROYAL VET SYMPOSIUM 1ST-2ND FEB 2014

The first Southern UK vet school zoological society symposium 2014. Read here for more information.

Haith's - Trusted Bird Food Specialist Since 1937.

Haith's - Trusted Bird Food Specialist Since 1937.

Welcome to Haith’s - the bird food specialist since 1937. Select from the UK’s most comprehensive and expertly blended range of bird food.

Bird Feeders UK.

Bird Feeders UK.

Welcome to Haith’s – the bird feeder specialist since 1937. Select your bird feeder in confidence from one of the UK’s largest on line ranges, backed with a 100% satisfaction money-back guarantee, customer service you can rely on and real people you can talk to on a complimentary free phone. Simply call 0800 298 7054 for help & advice. Or order with confidence on line at www.haiths.com

CalciYummy – Extra Goodieness for Britain’s Birds

CalciYummy – Extra Goodieness for Britain’s Birds

“Thanks to 100% natural CalciYummy, my nutritional bird food recipes are even healthier for bird bones, beaks, eggs and – of course – tummies. “But what’s CalciYummy?” I hear you cry. It is calcium-rich, superclean and yummy seeds formulated to improve the health of Britain’s garden birds,” explains Bill Oddie.

High-energy foods and cold snaps go hand in hand

High-energy foods and cold snaps go hand in hand

We asked Bill Oddie how important high-energy wild bird foods are for wild birds...

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