Bird Food Blog
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Today, we're opening our Haith's Helpline on the freephone number 0800 298 7054 - we're here (as we have been since 1937) to help you stay connected with nature, but from today we're going to double our efforts to help you stay connected with the outside world should you find yourself feeling isolated due to coronavirus.
We are giving away a 20kg bag of Original Wild Bird Food to one lucky winner.
In colder weather it’s a great help to birds by filling the bird feeder twice daily: in the morning and early afternoon is perfect.
Our new One for All™ bird food is breaking all records in my garden: it’s attracting more species than any bird seed recipe I’ve ever tested.
Robins are undoubtedly one of the UK’s favourite birds and with its bright red breast it is familiar to us throughout the year – not just at Christmas.
The Robin (Erithacus rubecula), is a small insectivorous passerine bird and is simply known as the robin or robin redbreast (due to the colour of its breast being bright red) the upperparts are brown, the belly is whitish and the face is lined with grey, both female and males are very similar in colour.