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Fact Friday!

Posted by British Bird Food 21/09/2012 0 Comment(s)
Here are this weeks five facts for Friday. Did you know...Most birds, except for nocturnal birds, do not have external ears but hear very well. Did you know...Bald Eagles can fly with up to 8 pounds of food. Did you know... The scientific name for a Treecreeper is Certhia Familiaris. Did you know...The nest of a Redstart is usually a hole in a tree, made of moss, feathers, wool and hair. Did you know...Greater Spotted Woodpeckers are increasingly seen eating from Peanut and Suet feeders in gardens. We hope you enjoyed this weeks facts and we look forward to next weeks!

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