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Old 14th April 2014, 12:59 PM   #1
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I have just ordered a large order of bird food today from CJW

Looking forward to giving the food to the birds, and not having to pay so much by buying it locally.

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Old 15th April 2014, 08:31 AM   #2
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Got my bird food parcel today before 10am - Thank you CJW

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Now the live mealworms are going down a treat with all of the garden birds

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Another order of live mealworms, and more 'bussling' birds activity in my back garden area.

Love the fact that the birds go mad for the live mealworms - much more than the dried ones

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Hi Kathy

That's good to hear!

The House Sparrow colony that we share the site with adore the mealworms, and a few other species also take advantage of the supply!
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Old 1st May 2014, 09:17 PM   #6
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Hi Kathy

That's good to hear!

The House Sparrow colony that we share the site with adore the mealworms, and a few other species also take advantage of the supply!
Great news about the House Sparrow colony - they are getting so rare now.

Love the way the Sparrows hunt for the mealies between the paving stones here

Bedford has thme in most gardens and they are everywhere - must be somthing in the 'Bedford' air that keeps them here

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Hi Kathy have you got a picture of the House Sparrow colony?
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