Ring Pull Plastic Seed Feeders
Natural Log Tit Box
Nicholas saw and heard a Cuckoo every day during May this year
Our guest blogger Phil Pickin gives his insights into the results of No Mow May in his part of the country...
The increase in activity of the birds in our gardens is always interesting to see during the breeding season
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Lots happening on the farm & in the garden as Spring wakes up & the birds need their live mealworms
Nicholas writes about the benefits of a good rotation crop, spring beans, putting nitrogen into the soil, which then helps the following crop.
Our guest blogger Andrew Cooper is watching daffodils sway in the sea breeze on the Cornish coast, knowing that Spring is not so far away.
Our guest blogger Phil wants us to bring back hedges - since the 1950s, the Woodland Trust estimate we've lost 118,000 miles of hedgerow, mainly due to changes in agricultural practices.
Nicholas visits to the Tree Sparrow nests on the farm give fairly good idea of what is happening to the insects in our countryside
We've over 1,000 Widgeon on the farm, had returning flocks of Lapwings & the Greylag Geese have been eating the sugar beet crop
Our guest blogger Andrew Cooper discusses how wildlife reacts to the drop in temperatures
Nicholas welcomed back the Whoopers for their brief visit & laments the lack of success with increasing the Moorhen population on the farm
Our guest blogger Andrew Cooper on the beauty and danger of wild animals, including the Red Deer, roaming freely on Dartmoor National Park
The winter migrants arrive, including Pink Footed Geese and Fieldfares - Nicholas is sure that the migrants return to the best food source found last year
Our guest blogger Phil Pickin takes on the task of creating new habitat in his garden, for safer feeding
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