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Bird Food Blog

 
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. 
 

One for All - A firm favourite of Great Spotted Woodpeckers

One for All - A firm favourite of Great Spotted Woodpeckers

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.'

Armchair Naturalist - Woods versus forests

Armchair Naturalist - Woods versus forests

It is always very important to remember how diverse and important our forests and woods are. They are packed full of flora, fungi and fauna as well as having huge environmental value.

Armchair Naturalist - New arrivals and familiar friends

Armchair Naturalist - New arrivals and familiar friends

I have a surprise visitor to report this past week with the sighting of a lesser spotted woodpecker on my peanut feeder.

Urban garden in Spring

Urban garden in Spring

Living in a seaside town during the winter months can be a bit bleak but beauty can be found everywhere if you search hard enough for it. Come the months of March, April and May though it is a completely different story.

Armchair Naturalist - Little and large

Armchair Naturalist - Little and large

Over the past four blogs, I have been giving an account of the birds in my garden and have talked about the feral pigeons, the sparrows and wood pigeons in particular.

Armchair Naturalist - Having a wash and brush up

Armchair Naturalist - Having a wash and brush up

In my recent blogs, I have been talking about the birds in my garden and particularly the feral pigeons. Here in Kent that has been very little rain during April up until the last few days and I was finding that the seed tray birdbath for the pigeons was having to be filled at least twice a day.

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