August 2015

Winner Announced for the Bird Bonus Quiz

August 28, 2015

  Wow, we never expected so many entries this time around. We’d like to say a big thank you to all those who entered the Bird Bonus Quiz. It was fun, and due to the large number of top marks, we’ve had to sift through randomly and apply our results to the mighty Random Tea Generator. Therefore, the teaspoon has decided that Steve Miller is …

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The Bird Bonus Quiz

August 25, 2015
The Bird Bonus Quiz

To enter the quiz, answer all ten questions; only one entry per person. The quiz closes at midnight on Thursday 27th August. The winner will be selected based on the most points, not percentage achieved. If more than one person equals first place, we will have a random prize draw using the fabulous Random Tea Maker. Entrants must reside within UK mainland. Good luck! Please …

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Choosing the right nestbox for your garden birds

August 13, 2015

This is an interesting question. Using a nest box can be a very rewarding experience, especially considering there are many locations around Britain with a lack of suitable vegetation for nesting. It’s typically common for certain species of bird to nest in holes and crevices of trees, and when these aren’t readily available, using a nestbox can be of benefit for birds visiting and staying …

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Winner Announced for the Wildlife Camera Kit

August 7, 2015

After a few rounds around the office, with almost a fully blown fisty-fight, an argument and a break up (they are now at separate sides of the room), choosing the winner was no easy task. Despite this, we got there in the end, and we all voted on the most fantastic selfie captured by Alfie, who was on his trampoline with a grasshopper when the …

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Say ‘no, no, no’ to husk, growth and mess

August 3, 2015

Ordinary bird seed, although cheaper, comes with the potential for growth of unrelenting and extraneous vegetation in your beloved garden. That once clean patch of fertile and verdant grass under your bird seed feeder is now home to an annoying clump of unwanted growth. Darn it! However, there is a solution, and it’s a rather neat and simple one. The basic idea is to prevent …

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