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Our guest blogger Andrew Cooper discusses his local Barn Owls & the prey that they hunt

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Bird Flu
Latest News Bird Flu

Our guest blogger Phil Pickin discusses the ongoing avian flu & maintaining hygiene for our garden birds

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Birdsong can be easily overlooked
Latest News Birdsong can be easily overlooked

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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Nectar for birds, bees and people
Latest News Nectar for birds, bees and people

Our guest blogger, Andrew Cooper, discusses the benefits of apples for attracting wildlife

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Lapwings
Latest News Lapwings

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

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Drain Management for Wildlife
Latest News Drain Management for Wildlife

The species that nest in our drains and their lifestyles are described below: Reed Warblers This is the bird that drainage boards are most likely to get in trouble with for destroying nests. They sing

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Things are changing
Latest News Things are changing

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

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Early Spring feeding for the birds in our gardens
Latest News Early Spring feeding for the birds in our gardens

Ensure that the right foods are available and in the right feeders for your garden birds this Spring

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Survival of the most artful
Latest News Survival of the most artful

Our guest blogger Andrew Cooper talks about the onset of Spring for wildlife & his BBC filming experiences,

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Birds and buildings
Latest News Birds and buildings

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.

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Our position on plastic packaging
Latest News Our position on plastic packaging

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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Festive cheer with all-things garden birds
Latest News Festive cheer with all-things garden birds

Read our latest blog, looking at the past year of bird-feeding

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Light relief in mid winter - seasonal thoughts
Latest News Light relief in mid winter - seasonal thoughts

Our guest blogger Andrew Cooper talks about how winter can be harsh in nature

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What are you planning to do (for nature) in 2022?
Latest News What are you planning to do (for nature) in 2022?

Our guest blogger Phil Pickin is hopeful that if we all do a little to support nature, then the collective outcome can be significant

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How to deter rats attracted by bird food
Latest News How to deter rats attracted by bird food

Not a subject that many people like, but in our latest blog we discuss how to deal with the problem of rats attracted to gardens by bird food

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A Big Surprise
Latest News A Big Surprise

The latest from Andrew Cooper, on bird watching, filming and dinosaur ancestors

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COP26 & how you can do your bit
Latest News COP26 & how you can do your bit

Phil Pickin, our guest blogger, discusses how we can make an immediate difference in our own homes, without the need for instructions or policies.

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