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New Year, New Birds

Robin no waste or RASB

Of course, New Years is the biggest time of year for setting yourself new goals. My daughter Robyn is determined to spend more time writing and working on her business (by getting off Netflix!) and my daughter Lydia is going to try and reduce her stresses and do more exercise. However, it doesn’t have to be about exercise or changing priorities – we have another idea at Laverock Hall!

Last year we encouraged you to think a lot about Veganuary and how instead of not eating meat you could look to feed the birds and encourage a flurry of wildlife to your world. This year, we are encouraging you to feed the birds on a regular schedule! It’s important to feed the birds on a timescale that works for you too – your goal could be to feed them once a week or once a day, but a walk in the cool winter air is always good for you, plus you often get that great buzz for completing one of your objectives for the New Year!

They say that creating a habit can take anywhere between 3 weeks and 2 months, so it’s definitely worth a try since by that time on Laverock Hall Wild Bird Foods we can nearly guarantee that you’ll have a great flurry of little birds relying on you, plus you might be able to watch them in your garden or around your home.

Of course, if you’re reading this blog, you may already be an avid bird feeder, and if you are then maybe you could start documenting the birds you do see already so that you are in great shape ready for the Great Garden Birdwatch 2022 happening this month! https://www.rspb.org.uk/get-involved/activities/birdwatch/

At this time of year there is also less fruit and berries for the birds to eat, so this makes it a great resolution for 2 reasons! Feeding the birds, forming new habits, and taking part in the Great Garden Birdwatch 2022!

Happy New Year to all of our customers and fans, may 2022 be a better year for all!

Here’s a link to last year’s post about Veganuary too:


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