Vine House Farm Bird Foods
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100% home-grown at Vine House Farm, wheat is an excellent staple bird food for most bird species but is especially enjoyed by House Sparrows and larger ground feeding birds. Wheat is suitable for seed feeders, bird tables and ground feeders.
The compact ground feeding tray is ideal for keeping food fresher for longer and off the ground.
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This Ground Mix is an ideal ground feed for ground feeding garden birds. Packed with sultanas, rolled oats and sunflower seeds.
Oil rich, British grown, rolled naked oats are popular with many soft-billed garden birds.
The plastic seed scoop is a hygienic and mess free way to fill your bird feeders.
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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The House Sparrow deserves its name as it often nests in buildings. These habits and the ability to exploit a wide variety of foods have resulted in the worldwide spread of the species. However the lack of holes in buildings for nesting and poor availability of insects on which they feed their young has resulted in a declining population in some areas of the UK.
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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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This bird was introduced from China many years ago as a game bird and they are still regarded as such. They can be seen entering gardens in the winter when they are struggling to find food.
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The Woodpigeon is Britain's largest and commonest pigeon. Its five note cooing can be heard as early as February. These birds have a voracious appetite and are prolific breeders - the springtime population can almost treble by the end of the summer.
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