Vine House Farm Bird Foods
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Our premium peanuts are rich in essential oils and proteins making them a favourite of many garden bird species including the tit family, Nuthatch and Great Spotted Woodpecker. Our premium peanuts are independently tested to ensure that they are nil detectable signs of aflatoxin. We recommend that whole peanuts are fed in wire mesh feeders only.
A fantastic metal droll yankee peanut feeder with green powder coated base and lid, comes with a lifetime guarantee.
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Attractive squirrel resistant Nuttery globe feeders designed with a strong steel cage and squirrel proof lid.
This delightful and entertaining small bird is a frequent visitor to garden bird feeders and tables, performing skilful acrobatics to obtain a meal of peanuts or fat. They are thought to be intelligent as they will investigate new sources of food such as stealing the top of the milk learn from each other and use great dexterity of beak and foot. They are easily recognised by their blue cap and wings, white cheeks and yellow body.
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This is the UK's second most common breeding bird. It is also the most colourful of the finches. The Chaffinch is the earliest recorded bird dating back to 685 AD.
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The woodpecker is now becoming increasingly visible in the gardens of houses with large trees in which they can create their nesting sites and the easy accessibility to free food being put out by people. The male bird is renowned for the noise he makes when making holes in either trees or dead wood.
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The largest member of the tit family, the Great Tit is easily recognised by its black and white head. They are woodland birds who have successfully adapted to garden life.
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Goldfinches are usually seen in groups as they flitter from garden to garden in their search for food. Once they have found food they are very protective of that area. They sometimes get into fights amongst themselves when in the breeding season.
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Similar in size to a House Sparrow, the Greenfinch is a chunky-looking finch. The male Greenfinch is known for its olive-green back and bright yellow patches in its wings and tail. The female is duller with streaky upperparts. Juvenile Greenfinches are similar to the female but browner.
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The Long-tailed Tit is easily recognised as its tail is longer than its body. It is a very easy bird to identify, due to its colouring and its very long tail.
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The Siskin has spread its range considerably in the last few decades. Once seen only in the conifer plantations of Scotland, this agile finch has become a frequent visitor to winter gardens where they enjoy catkins. Their chattering call can be heard when in groups and the song is a high trill descending to a low buzz.
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The Starling is a gregarious and noisy bird with a talent for mimicry. They walk and run very hurriedly on the ground. They are still one of the commonest garden birds in the UK.
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