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RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch 2020

RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch 2020

It’s our favourite time of year again – the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch!  At 41 years old, the Big Garden Birdwatch originated as a way to encourage children to spend a weekend admiring nature. The very first weekend in 1979 was promoted by Blue Peter […]

Fun Facts About UK Birds of Prey

Fun Facts About UK Birds of Prey

1. The Merlin Falcon is the smallest bird of prey in Britain measuring just 30cm and with a 60cm wing-span. 2. Goshawks were once extinct in the UK, but escaped and released falconry birds have recolonised the land. 3. The Peregrine Falcon is the fastest animal […]

What Food Can Ducks Eat?

What Food Can Ducks Eat?

Traditionally, we didn’t think twice before taking a bag of bread down to the local park to feed the ducks. More recently, however, various campaigns from Canal and River Trust and Swan Lifeline have educated us on the array of healthy alternatives for our aquatic […]

Is bird food harmful to dogs?

Is bird food harmful to dogs?

Dog owners will understand the uphill battle of keeping your four-legged friends away from food on the ground. And if you’re also an avid garden bird feeder – this struggle can be daily! Birds are messy eaters and will soon cover your garden floor with […]

New Arrivals Autumn 2019

New Arrivals Autumn 2019

Calci Worms (Black Soldier Fly Larvae, Hermetia illucens) An increasingly popular wild bird food, Calci Worms are the newest addition to our product line this autumn. They’re packed with up to 50x more calcium than mealworms which makes them a nutritious feed for fledglings and adult […]

10 Fun Facts About Woodpeckers

10 Fun Facts About Woodpeckers

1. Although there are over 200 species of woodpecker in the world, there are only 3 species in the UK: the Great Spotted Woodpecker, Lesser Spotted Woodpecker, and the Green Woodpecker. 2. Great Spotted Woodpeckers are particularly fond of peanuts and insect based suet pellets or […]