The Benefits of Nature, Birds & Wildlife
Uncategorised The Benefits of Nature, Birds & Wildlife

Each of us has our own reasons for being interested in nature, and birds in particular. For some people the reasons are scientific, recording spring migrants and the numbers of any given species visi

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Nicholas' Collection of Royalty Free Wild Bird Photography
Uncategorised Nicholas' Collection of Royalty Free Wild Bird Photography

Festive Wild Bird Photography Update: If you enjoyed our array of festive photos, why not take a look at our 'Springtime' collection on Flickr? Whether you fancy yourself as something of a

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Live Mealworm Shortage & Alternative Foods
Uncategorised Live Mealworm Shortage & Alternative Foods

Well, it couldn’t have come at a worse time of year, but the fact is that our live mealworms supplier – who’s the only commercial breeder in the UK – is currently unable to supply any stock,

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Alternative foods to suet for your garden birds
Uncategorised Alternative foods to suet for your garden birds

For many of our customers and rightly so, suet products have long been a favourite food to attract birds into their gardens. However, our main supplier of all types of suet-based product – so suet

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Uncategorised Are the real nature lovers more likely to live in towns and cities

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Uncategorised Vine House Farm and The Wildlife Trusts Celebrate Milestone in Partnership

One man’s passion for the natural world has led to his family supporting UK wildlife conservation to the tune of £1,000,000, through feeding birds on a spectacular scale. Nicholas Watts’ pass

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Uncategorised Three great reasons to provide water for your garden birds

We’ve long said that providing water for your garden birds is as important as feeding them, and that’s still our position. This is especially true if you live in an urban area, because on days wh

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Uncategorised Butterfly Walk

Our Butterfly Walk is made up of two hedges planted 10 yards apart offering a great environment for wildlife and planted with seasonal native species offering something in flower all through the

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Uncategorised Small mammals and birds of prey by Andrew Cooper

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Uncategorised Getting set for breeding season

As we head into mid-May and with unsettled weather across the UK reminding us that summer is still some way off, it’s worth remembering that a few species of garden bird may already be on their sec

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Uncategorised A mixed success for breeding birds on a croft in the north of Scotland

It’s fair to say that this spring in the northern Highlands has been the wettest and coldest for many years, and, for me personally, certainly the wettest and coldest in the 6 years I’ve lived he

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Uncategorised In praise of the Sparrowhawk

From views we’ve heard over the years from our customers and from elsewhere, it’s probably fair to say that if there’s one bird that frequently visits our gardens which divides opinion, it’s

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Uncategorised The birds which signal spring has arrived on a Highland croft

I guess we all have our own preferences on what signifies the start of spring, plus at what point we really feel the season has changed and we’re into spring proper. On the former I tend to think i

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Uncategorised Our new video and how it was made

As we often do, early last year we were talking in the farm office about different ways to give our customers more information on feeding the birds in their gardens, plus encourage new people in the

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Uncategorised Spring surprises

Its spring! For me, early morning is always a magical moment, especially when the sunlight shafts through the trees on the hill behind our farmhouse. I never know what we are going to see when openin

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