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Are Pigeons Dirty?

Are Pigeons Dirty?

If you have ever been to a park or town with young children in tow, you will know they make a beeline for any group of pigeons. They usually delight in making noise and laughing as they flee, except for the tough one, there is always a Rambo that fears nothing and...

Difference Between Male & Female Robins

Difference Between Male & Female Robins

Regular readers of my site might already be aware of my fondness for robins, well, one in particular, Christopher. He is a friendly little fellow that has grown tamer over time until he is comfortable perching on my head for a moment or two. My son asked a pertinent...

Where Do Wrens Build Their Nests?

Where Do Wrens Build Their Nests?

The wren is a hard-working little bird that happily co-exists alongside humans even though they are very shy by nature. Instantly recognisable by their incredibly loud and tuneful song, pound-for-pound the wren is 10 times louder than a nightingale! When the song of...

What do Wrens Eat?

What do Wrens Eat?

If you have never seen wrens in your garden you will have probably heard them. They are one of the most common songbirds in the UK and spend their time in gardens and woodland the whole year-round. They are particularly shy birds yet enjoy singing at the top of their...

Are Sparrows Carnivores or Omnivores?

Are Sparrows Carnivores or Omnivores?

I was wondering if sparrows are carnivores or omnivores and so conducted a little experiment in my front garden. I was sure there was a sparrow's nest in the large hebe growing against the house as I regularly see them dart for cover in there when I walk outside. I...

How to Attract Great Tits To Your Garden

How to Attract Great Tits To Your Garden

Most of the birds in the tit family are easily recognised by their vibrant plumage, particularly the blue tit. It's cousin, the great tit has a similarly striking appearance, including greenish-yellow feathers, white cheeks and a black cap. I see other members of the...

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