Bird Profile: Blue Tit

They are the colourful, cheeky garden visitor that we all love. But how much do you know about them? Keep reading to learn everything you need to know...

Helping Birds Prepare for Migration

There's a noticeable change in the air; the nights are getting longer, and the temperature is beginning to drop. The time has come for our summer-visiting feathered friends...

Top 10 Facts About Bullfinches

Bullfinches are relatively recent users of garden feeders, having been drawn in by sunflower and niger seeds, and their unmistakable bright pink breast and cheeks make the bullfinch...

How to Help Garden Wildlife in Autumn

As summer begins to wind down and we enter autumn, many of our favourite garden visitors begin to prepare for their long sleep through the winter months. Some...

8 of the UK’s Rarest Animals

We all love wildlife, and there's a real pleasure to be found in watching birds hopping around the garden or balancing on bird feeders whilst they have a...

How to attract woodpeckers to your garden

There are over 200 species of woodpecker worldwide, and in the British Isles we are lucky enough to have three of them resident with us; green woodpeckers, great...

Palm Oil Free

Here at Happy Beaks, we're proud to say that all of our products are 100% palm oil free. Any oils in our mixes of wild bird seed are...

Has your garden gone quiet?

You may notice towards the end of summer that your garden starts to quieten down in both birdsong and activity. After a few months of seeing your feathered...

HELPING WILDLIFE IN A HEATWAVE

With summer in full swing and the hottest day on record about to strike, many of the animals that visit our gardens can struggle to find access to...

What to do if you find a baby bird

  Throughout summer, it's not uncommon to find a baby bird sat on the ground by itself or hopping around without any sign of its parents, but what is...

How to deter mice and rats from your feeders

Picture the scene: you’ve put out all this lovely food to attract garden birds to your feeders, to give nature a helping hand. But it’s not goldfinches or...

What is aflatoxin?

Peanuts are a favourite treat for many a finch or tit, but unless they are harvested and stored properly they can be at risk of aflatoxin infection. You...