Haith's Wildlife Blog
More numerous and harder to spot are our smaller garden birds. These could well be cute finches, tits and sparrows being some of the birds that will most frequently visit our gardens.
The Long-tailed tit (Aegithalos caudatus) is a small bird with pink, black and white plumage and a long black tail with white outer feathers. It is called the 'Long-tailed' tit because its tail is longer than its body.
When Ella Fitzgerald used her 'impeccable diction' to smoothly announce that 'birds do it, bees do it...' she probably wasn't thinking about this wildlife video I shot on my iPhone; however, isn't it just the bee's knees?
This weekend I thought I'd take time out for nature and see what I can capture on my trusty iPhone. I went in search of something a little off beat because I've shared oh so many photos over the years. If only I could find something a little different to film...
Half a million garden birders took part in this year’s annual RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch survey. The results are in, but they only tell half the story...
There’s no doubt about it, some birds just love wheat; pigeons, pheasants, jays, crows, and magpies are the kind of wild bird (the bigger birds) that will visit your garden if wheat is on offer and can empty a feeder faster than you can BBQ a sausage on a sunny day.