Our little friends still need a helping hand

While there are a few signs of spring the winter seems reluctant to release its grip, so our garden wildlife still needs a little help from us. A regular supply of birdseed, suet products, mealworms – and clean unfrozen water – can literally provide a lifeline, particularly to small birds.

Now could be the time to replenish your stocks of bird food and when you buy from Vine House Farm you can be assured that you are also supporting the Trust.

Vine House Farm helps our work with wildlife and wild places by its contributions from bird food sales made to members and supporters in Leicestershire and Rutland.

The latest Vine House Farm catalogue was sent to members with the Winter-Spring edition of our Wildlife News magazine early in January and you can also order on-line. See what is on offer here.

Vine House Farm, the home of pioneering wildlife-friendly farmer Nicolas Watts, MBE and his family, is one of the UK’s most successful wild bird food businesses and is host to a wide range of wildlife.

Most of the bird food is grown, mixed and packaged, on the farm in Lincolnshire and despatched direct.

Photograph: Goldfinch on feeder (c. Nicholas Watts/Vine House Farm)



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