Big Easy Seed Feeder
Natural Log Tit Box
By feeding mealworms in your garden you will help rear 50% more birds. If we want to see a lot of birds we need to rear a lot of birds.
Oil seed rape is the best crop for birds & this Dunnock certainly agrees
On a recent visit to Devon, Nicholas came across the male Cirl Bunting singing. The Cirl Bunting was a declining bird, but the RSPB identified the problem, and with the help of Farmers in South Devon,
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The female Cirl Bunting was building a nest - she was in the final stages of the nest by the looks of the material she was carrying.
So many visitors in our rape crops - Whitethroats have arrived from Africa
Tree Sparrows feed in oil seed rape, they cannot nest in it as it is not dense enough, they like a hole in a tree, a building, a straw stack or a nest box.
The Wheatear is a small bird that we used to see regularly on the farm in spring and autumn but now only see one or two a year. They breed in Scotland and up to the Arctic, then migrate back to Africa
Lapwings are preparing to nest in several of our fields. They sit on eggs in millet stubble.
Feeding live mealworms to fledglings helps to give them the best start in life. If we want to see a lot of birds we have to breed a lot of birds, and feeding mealworms will help this to happen. If you
Whooper Swans migrate overnight and they keep calling in order to keep together; last year’s young birds go back with their parents to their breeding grounds.
Sand Martins have returned to our gravel bank and are busy excavating.
The temperature is dropping so insects will become scarce. Help your birds feed their young by topping up their natural food source with live mealworms
Not so many Barn Owls flying in the day means that there is a good availability of food
All the birds that we have been feeding over the winter have been dispersing back to their breeding ground, with the Yellowhammers last to go
Old farm buildings are good for wildlife. There are 15 Tree Sparrows on this Barn roof - all possibly planning to nest in it. Stock Doves and Barn Owls also nest in the barn.
Its always nice to catch up with a Kingfisher feeding young
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