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Cold front on the horizon......

Posted by British Bird Food 18/11/2013 0 Comment(s)
The weather report today suggests a cold end to the week. The wild birds have had a good run this year with natural food availability, less flooding and warmer than last year, so far it has been beneficial for the birds to stay in the fields and eat the seeds of the harvest. As the temperature starts to drop the food becomes scarce for our wild birds, so it is now that we need to think about stocking up our wild bird food reserves in order to be able to provide for them in the cold. Our exclusive seasonal range of wild bird food is ideal for your garden friends at any time of the year. Autumn mix is good right now as they need extra energy and nourishment to recover form the breeding season. Winter mix is just right for the next few months as the cold begins to bite, it has lots of energy providing seeds as well as suet pellets and mealworms to give the birds a boost. It is a good idea to put some suet out as well at this time of year, as this provides the garden birds with an excellent way of getting energy without using up too much exertion themselves. Once they know you are feeding suet, they will always come around to your feeding station. [caption id="attachment_3031" align="alignleft" width="150"]Winter mix is exclusive to British Bird Food Winter mix wild bird food will provide a much needed boost of energy for your wild garden birds.[/caption]

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