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Are Thrushes In Decline?

Are Thrushes In Decline?

It probably won't have escaped your attention that there are fewer thrushes visit our gardens than ever before. For me, it is a rare and exciting treat to spot some, particularly if they are helping themselves to the treats in the ground feeder or nesting in the...

Do Thrushes Mate For Life?

Do Thrushes Mate For Life?

I must be an old romantic at heart as I am always intrigued to know if the birds I watch stay together forever and remain monogamous. I know that swifts and swallows do, and would love to think that all species follow suit. This thought led me to investigate if...

What Do Thrushes Eat?

What Do Thrushes Eat?

Thrushes are easily recognised by their cream breast with little brown speckles. Their colouring might remind you of a wren, but they're larger, they're almost as big as a blackbird. They have healthy appetites, and if you're lucky enough to spot a thrush in your...

Are Wrens in Decline?

Are Wrens in Decline?

The wren is one of the most common garden birds although you might be forgiven for not noticing them, you will have undoubtedly heard them. They have almighty lungs that enable them to burst out tuneful melodies, so loud that you would expect to come from a much...

Best Bird Watching Binoculars 2020 UK

Best Bird Watching Binoculars 2020 UK

Watching the many varieties of songbirds merrily dining at my feeders truly is my happy place. Although my knowledge is relatively extensive about their feeding and nesting habits, there is always so much more to learn I don't always recognise each species and need a...

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...

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