The Robin

December 9, 2020

The Robin

December 9, 2020

The Robin is consistently recognised as the UK’s Number 1 favourite and synonymous with Christmas as its attractive plumage and friendly inquisitive nature has endeared itself to generations with its regular appearances in the garden. Other species of our feather friends are just as evident during the Christmas and winter months yet the robin is the one that resonates at this time of festive cheer.

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Feeding Garden Birds in Autumn

November 18, 2020

After the quieter period of late summer and early autumn, it starts to get busier in the bird garden! For avid birdwatchers autumn can be an exciting time of the year. The last summer visitors are still departing while the first winter immigrants arrive, the combination of so many migrant and resident birds offers great potential for surprises in the garden. Many birds are still …

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Halloween Quiz + Up to 13% off!

October 29, 2020

“Double, double toil and trouble; Fire burn, and cauldron bubble” Complete our Halloween quiz for a mystery discount code (up to a spooky 13%)! There may or may not be multiple discount codes depending on how well you do – it is a mystery after all! Have a go at the 10 questions below and let us know how you did on Facebook. The quiz …

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Autumn Quiz

October 6, 2020

Now that Autumn has arrived, we thought we’d put together a quiz to test your Autumn knowledge! Have a go at the 10 questions below and let us know how you did on Facebook. Enter our quiz to reveal a special discount code to use on future orders. Quiz ends midnight Wednesday 7th October 2020 and the discount code expires midnight 8th October. You may …

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To Oblivion and Beyond

June 12, 2020

From June parent birds will encourage chicks to leave the safety of the nest, giving them a crash course in flying which normally happens early morning, this harrowing experience for both young and adult birds is a twofold test of survival as predators will be watching in anticipation. Young birds are highly attractive to many creatures such as the Sparrowhawk that rely on a constant …

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