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Fact Friday!

Posted by British Bird Food 22/02/2013 0 Comment(s)
Good afternoon, here we are again with another Fact Friday blog for you to enjoy. So, here are your five facts for this week: Did you know... Most Bullfinch pairs attempt to raise two broods a year, sometimes three. Did you know... An old name for the Goldfinch is Thistle Finch, it was named this after it's favourite food. Did you know... Despite it's size, the Buzzard is not a major predator. Did you know... The Kingfisher doesn't have a song, it has a distinctive shrill whistle. Did you know... The Oak tree, is a Chaffinch's favourite tree. We hope you have enjoyed this weeks facts, join us next week for five more exciting bird facts. Don't forget to have a read of our other blogs during the week. Follow us on Twitter @BritishBirdFood and 'like' us on Facebook.

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