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Britain's bird food specialist since 1937. High-quality, safe wild - Order online or 0800 298 7054
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Haith's Feb 23
To more Black caps into your garden check out our help to fly range.
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Haith's Feb 22
The Skylark (Alauda arvensis) is a small brown bird and is a member of the Lark family. It is a streaky brown colour with a small crest
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Sussex Wildlife Trust Feb 21
Slow down for toads! and are on the move to their breeding ponds. Please take extra care driving near ponds as amphibians often have to cross roads to reach their destination & sadly some end up as road casualties 🐸
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Haith's Feb 22
A great photo for of our old warehouse in
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Haith's Feb 22
Congratulations to who is the winner of our recent competition! Look out for more competitions coming soon 😀
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Haith's Feb 22
Affordable, effective, nutritional, safe - that's our standard peanut in four words
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Haith's Feb 21
Order your copy of our winter brochure by using this link
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Haith's Feb 21
Very similar in looks to the Marsh Tit, unfortunately in fast decline. Can be found in damp woodlands, hedges and, thickets in England, Wales and southern Scotland
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Haith's Feb 21
A beautifully printed doormat containing the image of a Robin
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Haith's Feb 20
The Robin is a common favourite with most people and one of the easiest to recognise. It has a bright red breast, face, throat and cheeks edged with grey, has a white belly and brown upper parts
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Haith's Feb 20
Which nest box should I choose? And when should I put up a nest box? - follow this link to find out more!
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Haith's Feb 20
A tasty treat for any ground feeding bird and now more nutritionally wholesome than ever before
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Haith's Feb 19
To celebrate we are giving away this lovely nest box to one lucky winner. Just RT&F for your chance to Hurry ends 21/02. UK Only.
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Haith's Feb 19
When garden birders first catch sight of a Jay they sometimes report back that they have seen an exotic bird in their garden. It’s very likely it was a Jay
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Haith's Feb 19
Need more info on nest boxes? Read our blog by clicking on the following link..
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Haith's Feb 19
High Energy Suet Cakes with oil, seeds and mealworms
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Haith's Feb 16
We hope you all have a great weekend. Please remember to keep feeding the wildlife that visits your garden.
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Haith's Feb 16
Found all over Britain the Goldcrest is the UK’s tiniest bird. It's usually found in coniferous gardens, hedgerows, and woods
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Haith's Feb 16
We are open until 5 pm today if you need or for the weekend at
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Haith's Feb 16
The release hatch empties feed straight into feeders
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