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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

We’ve created two ponds for wildlife

We’ve created two ponds for wildlife

It has been a few weeks since I wrote my blog about attracting wildlife to Haith's bird food centre in Grimsby, Lincolnshire.

What bird foods do blackbirds not like

What bird foods do blackbirds not like

Blackbirds are one of the most common wild bird species in the UK and providing them with the right kind of bird food could encourage them to feed in your garden.

Waste not, want not

Waste not, want not

There are so many so-called waste-free, no-mess bird food mixes available in the UK we thought we’d take a closer look at the one that started it all – Huskfree Advance. Specifically, does our Huskfree Advance bird food live up to its reputation as being a 100% edible, no grow, and no waste premium quality mix?

Plenty of customers at the feeders

Plenty of customers at the feeders

There have been some very warm days in the past week and the amount of food being eaten by the birds has not reduced and in fact with the longer evenings now, as we approach the longest day in 10 days or so, means that they have longer feeding opportunities.

Summer routines

Summer routines

The past few days in Kent and indeed in quite a bit of the country, have certainly seen a welcome boost in temperature and sunshine and things are looking much more like summer. The birds in the past week have certainly adapted their routine.

Welcome back!

Welcome back!

I think it is fair to say that people as well as birds have been fed up by the strong winds, low temperatures and rain over the past few weeks, all of which have held back Spring. On some of the very windy and showery days the birds were more limited in number in the garden, probably because they found it too difficult to land and sit safely in a tree or on my roof, but a few persevered nonetheless.

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