Ring Pull Plastic Seed Feeders
Natural Log Tit Box
Our guest blogger Phil Pickin discusses the ongoing avian flu & maintaining hygiene for our garden birds
The Sunflowers have been planted & there has been a local increase of Garden Warblers
Could birdsong have an effect on our motivation without us even noticing? Our blogger Phil Pickin gives us his thoughts on the subject
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Nicholas enjoys seeing the arrival of our Summer visitors, Cuckoos and Swallows
Our guest blogger, Andrew Cooper, discusses the benefits of apples for attracting wildlife
Driverless tractor testing & feeding live mealworms to breeding birds - vital during April, May & June
Breeding Lapwings are now quite scarce in the UK, unless landowners makes a real effort to host them.
Lapwings have declined because of predation and lack of food. Their food being insects in the soil
The species that nest in our drains and their lifestyles are described below:
This is the bird that drainage boards are most likely to get in trouble with for destroying nests. They sing
One of the year's major, annual birding events has to be the return of migrating species like swallows. We are all saddened to see them leave in the autumn as we know, all too well, that this indicate
Ensure that the right foods are available and in the right feeders for your garden birds this Spring
Nicholas talks of early drilling, the worries about potatoes & Little Owls
Our guest blogger Andrew Cooper talks about the onset of Spring for wildlife & his BBC filming experiences,
Our guest blogger Phil Pickin welcomes changes in the building industry to include bee and swift bricks as standard in some areas. More insects means more birds.
Nicholas describes his tour around the farm, feeding the farmland birds
We are often asked by customers why we use plastic packaging and this is something we regularly review. We would like to share with you our current position and why we do what we do.
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