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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.

The best experience, regardless of device

The best experience, regardless of device

Whichever device you use to look at our new website www.haiths.com/cagebirds it will adapt to the size of the screen you’ve chosen to browse the internet

Read all about it: The Haith's Times is out...

Read all about it: The Haith's Times is out...

Have you ordered your copy of our limited edition Haith's Times? It's packed with bird-keeping information and contains our latest bird-breeding season price list. Order a copy today!

Quality bird diets in East Africa

Quality bird diets in East Africa

The quality of bird diets is important throughout the world, regardless of the avian species involved.

A month by month guide to the breeding and rearing of American Singer Canaries

A month by month guide to the breeding and rearing of American Singer Canaries

UK fancier, and Haith's customer, Mike Harrington shares a year in the life of his incredible American singer programme... (Mr Harrington has kindly agreed to take photos to illustrate each month's activity. This is a rare and fascinating insight into the world of American singers...).

Different birds, different tastes - Part 2 Bengalese Finches and Gouldian Finches

Different birds, different tastes - Part 2 Bengalese Finches and Gouldian Finches

Thank you for joining us on part two of this journey, looking at how Haith’s cater for finches (Domesticated Foreign, Zebra, Bengalese, Gouldian Finches), small Parrot-like and Budgerigars too. If you missed part one click here to view it on the internet.

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