To make logging your RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch sightings extra simple, we’ve worked with the RSPB to ensure that you can do all of your bird logging directly on Birda.
We chatted to Jamie Morton, a Birda Ambassador, a bird and nature lover that has had birdwatching add an array of experiences to his life. This is his story and advice for new birders. As a young child I was obsessed with animals, albeit more Elephants and Tigers than Redstart or Brambling. Eventually though, I […]
The sea and birdwatching – makes you feel good just thinking about it…
Are you looking to find out more about urban birdwatching? When people first start birding, they often assume that it will mean spending all day outside in nature and being far removed from other people. However, this is not the case, and you do not need to leave your town or city in order to […]
Bingo or “Beano” as it was originally called in the United States, is a hugely popular numbers game that dates back to the mid-1500’s. It started in Italy as the Italian Lottery or “Lo Giuoco del Lotto D’Italia”, where players had cards with numbers in rows, winning numbers were drawn from a sack and players […]
With winter fast approaching here in Cape Town, bird feeders are a good way to help out our feathered friends when food is more scarce. We already have a wooden birdhouse feeder that is a popular eating spot for some of our regular garden visitors, such as the Swee Waxbill, Red-eyed Dove and Forest Canary, […]
It is always great to discover new ideas for keeping your kids busy during holiday times or weekends, but particularly now, when we have been trapped in ‘COVID-19 Lockdown’, for what seems like in an interminable amount of time. And with all the toilet-roll stock piling that’s been happening in recent weeks, we’ve found a […]