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Fact Friday!

Posted by British Bird Food 05/04/2013 0 Comment(s)
It is that time of the week again, we hope you are ready for your five facts for this Friday. Did you know... There are around 6 million breeding pairs of Blackbirds on the British Isles. Did you know... A paired Great Spotted Woodpecker may drill up to 200 times a day, an unpaired Woodpecker, around 600 times a day, what a difference! Did you know... The Great Tit is the most widespread of all the Tit family, it can be found in Europe, Japan and North Africa Did you know... House Sparrows are very sociable, often nesting in colonies. Did you know... The same pair of Swifts will breed together over a number of years. We hope you have enjoyed this weeks Fact Friday blog, join us again next week for some more interesting garden bird facts. Make sure you also have a read of our other blogs posted on a Monday and a Wednesday, they include information on our new products, offers and competitions. Follow us on Twitter @BritishBirdFood and 'like' us on Facebook.

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