Birdtable

Birdtable

Slang; to discuss a matter before a formal meeting. Birdtabling may help participants prepare for a meeting. It may also involve assigning projects to the participants.
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If the red is feeding on the birdtable an approaching grey will quickly drive it away.
A juvenile rose-coloured starling was a great find on a Nefyn birdtable, while a great grey shrike has returned to winter in the Clocaenog Forest.
Only good thing about this cold snap is the number of birds who gather at the birdtable.
FRIENDLY ROBIN BIRDBATH FOR BATHING BIRDTABLE FOR FEEDING HEDGEHOGS EAT SLUGS NESTBOX FOR TITS TILE PILE FOR INSECTS LOG PILE FOR INSECTS A pond will soon bring even more wildlife into your garden
7 Feed the birds BRING some life to your garden, and put up a birdfeeder or birdtable.
CARING Stan Wainwright put seeds out on his birdtable - and found them being gobbled up by a 4ft tall OSTRICH.
The annual census of our feathered friends sparked the usual rivalry with him-over-the-road, who puts so many treats out I've often helped myself to a handful from his birdtable after one-too-many sherberts.
In fact I wish he could see my new garden with delphiniums and lupins in bud and poppies about to burst open, and to know birds still flock to the birdtable he made, even though it's falling to bits because I didn't have time to give it a new coat of varnish at the end of last winter.
Even standing near nuts on a birdtable made her face balloon to twice its size.
The birdtable is probably at its busiest between 5am and 7am but who, apart from keen bird watchers, wants to get up at that time in the morning?
Parents have been making cakes and biscuits to sell to raise money, the local gardening club is lending a hand and a man has offered to build us a new birdtable.