“Today, the British Royal Society for the Protection of Birds celebrates Feed the Birds Day. R.S.P.B. advises people to put out food and water for birds regularly. These can be kept in safe environments where the birds can land, rest and replenish themselves. Birds can be in danger of malnutrition during colder months. The weather naturally limits the amount of food the birds get access to in the wild.
WHY RSPB FEED THE BIRDS DAY IS IMPORTANT
- It raises awareness – The holiday contributes to the conservation of wild birds. People are made aware of the problems birds encounter and how to help them.
- It protects birds – People are more likely to help birds as a result of the holiday. Birds have easier access to food and water, which makes it easier for them to survive.
- It helps the environment – Birds play a vital role in the ecology. They aid in the maintenance of a healthy environmental balance. Protecting them contributes to environmental protection.”
And let us not forget Mary Poppins song to Feed the Birds
Though her words are simple and few
“Listen, listen”, she’s calling to you
“Feed the birds, tuppence a bag
Tuppence, tuppence, tuppence a bag”
Songwriters: R.M. Sherman, R.B. Sherman
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Data From: Musixmatch
Today’s haiku: Feed the Birds
we all need some help
from time to time – remember
to pay it forward
For more information on how to feed the birds see advice from Wild Birds Unlimited at https://www.wbu.com/get-started/
I just wrote a long comment ending with “the RSPB chairman earns a salary of £176,000 a year” and it vanished!