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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. 
 

What Does Spring Look Like in Bill Oddie's Garden?

What Does Spring Look Like in Bill Oddie's Garden?

I am sure we all consider it a privilege and a pleasure when we put food out in the garden and are able to watch the birds arrive, sample the wares and then become ‘regulars’. We also have the satisfaction of knowing that we really are helping them to stay healthy and survive.

Haith’s & Bill Oddie’s Bird Food “Love Your Zoo” Tour

Haith’s & Bill Oddie’s Bird Food “Love Your Zoo” Tour

Bill Oddie OBE, naturalist, broadcaster, author and legend sets forth on the Haith’s & Bill Oddie’s Bird Food “Love Your Zoo” Tour to educate youngsters about the important role “good zoos” play in wildlife conservation - and how beneficial they are, because they introduce humans to wildlife.

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?

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.

We Need Wildlife, and Wildlife Needs us.

We Need Wildlife, and Wildlife Needs us.

Nowhere is this truer than in the bird world. All the success stories are the result of conservation measures. Stricter legislation regarding pollution of waterways has seen an increase in Kingfishers, even in urban areas.

Bats

Bats

The first thing to stress is that if you have bats roosting in your loft, you should be honoured and flattered. It is a sign of a clean roofspace.

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