Everything we do at Haith's, we aim to make a positive difference. We make handcrafted bird food daily on-site that is healthy, natural and fresh - it's been Haith's way since 1937. Our bird diets are blended on the premises by bird seed specialists. Each specialist has years of birdseed expertise.
Our bird feeders come in all shapes and sizes including squirrel proof to stop grey squirrels raiding bird food. We stock peanut feeders, birdseed feeders, niger seed feeders, and squirrel proof feeders for bird feeding. Many of our bird feeders can be adapted with accessories to improve feeding results and save bird seed from getting wet, for example. If you have squirrels in your garden, consider a squirrel proof feeder as you’ll save money in the long run.
Your wildlife garden will be full of birds in no time and that's when garden bird enthusiasts often turn their attention to nest boxes, bird baths and bird health - often asking how to clean bird feeders and feeding stations. This wildlife category will help you select the best nest box for your wild birds, make fresh water available daily, keep grey squirrels at bay, and help you choose safe, bird care hygiene essentials.
Turn over a new lead this autumn. Explore Haith's Top 10 Bird feeders and foods ready for the new season.
The first fresh mornings of autumn have brought birds bouncing back into our gardens. The feeders here at The Bird Food Centre are awash with Coal Tits, Great Tits and Blue Tits. Some of the team have reported welcome sightings of Nuthatches and Long-tailed Tits. In fact, four Long-tailed Tits were spotted feeding from the new suet balls we are preparing to add to our pending autumn/winter catalogue. Other birds we're seeing in numbers are Robins, Dunnocks and Goldfinches. Now, of course, is a great time to kick start your autumn/winter bird feeding campaign by turning over a new leaf... cleaning or replacing bird feeders, replacing aged food with fresh, clean and nutritious superclean seed. Unsure where to start? Here's what's popular with the bird-feeding community so far this season...