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Dawn chorus is here again:)

Posted by British Bird Food 22/01/2014 0 Comment(s)
When you wake up in a morning, how beautiful it is to listen to the birds singing. We have missed their tunes for the last few months of winter, but this year, earlier than usual they have returned to brighten our day. Robin, Blue Tit, Blackbird and many more are starting to welcome the day by breaking into birdsong. Some are starting to find mates already and a few are setting about establishing territories. Winterwatch, last night on BBC 1 saw how important  it is to feed the garden birds and they are doing an experiment with bird food and scraps, one day they want you to feed sunflower hearts and peanuts, the next day feed apple and cheese. Then sit and watch the bird table and count the number and species of birds that visit it every seven minutes for a three minute period. See the BBC website for details, but please do take part and let them know which is best. we at British Bird Food will be watching Winterwatch tonight with baited breath to see which is the most preferred wild bird food! One of the interesting things they talked about was tracking a fox and it showed him to have travelled over three hundred kilometres. Most of the time he was in urban areas. Urban foxes are becoming more of a problem and we think that although it is lovely to watch them in  free travel, it should also be borne in mind that urban foxes can be a real problem, scattering rubbish, killing pets and poultry and even causing harm to children. So if you want to protect your property and wildlife for the urban fox, you should try a ultra sonic fox deterrent. Foxwatch is the most successful deterrent available, it is tried and tested in the field and has been very good. With a two year guarantee and British made, this Foxwatch unit comes with excellent back up and support if you need it, a helpline and web site to help you set up and careful instructions on how to set up and maintain your Foxwatch unit are all part of the package. British Bird Food have Foxwatch on offer at £44.95 at the moment with free delivery, so now is the timer to buy one - you won't be dissapointed. [caption id="attachment_3114" align="alignleft" width="150"]Foxwatch urban fox deterrent Buy Foxwatch at British Bird Food now. Deter your urban foxes from your premises with an ultra sound fox deterrent[/caption]

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