It’s Snow Joke for Us Garden Birds…..
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It’s snow joke for hungry birds!!
As cold weather and terrible snow sweeps across the UK, your garden birds need your help!
Long Tail Tit
To help me and other Birds survive this cold winter, you can provide some food such as meal worms, fat-balls, crushed peanuts, dried fruit, seeds and grain.
I can also have Leftovers,like grated cheese, porridge oats, soft fruit, unsalted bacon, cooked rice, pasta and the insides of cooked potatoes, these are all good sources of energy for us garden birds, and water too don’t forget for both drinking and bathing .
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