The Bill Oddie Blog
Winter can be a wonderful season for attracting birds into your garden if you provide the correct conditions that wild birds need to survive.
We’ve all heard the song lyrics ‘I am a mole and I live in a hole’ but how much do we really know about this small mammal that lives a very subterranean lifestyle?
Recently a colleague spent an enjoyable afternoon fishing in Lincolnshire and spotted a Mandarin duck in the lake.
With so many ways to provide birds with drinking and bathing water in your garden, the easiest and simplest is a bird bath.
We have added several new products to our range this winter in preparation for the spring, including these lovely coloured Cup Feeders.
When a large number of birds are attracted to gardens to feed, their chances of contracting a disease are slightly increased because they are grouping together in one place (a bird table for example) and also in relatively large numbers, which they don’t tend to do in the wild.