Bird Marketing 1

The Brochure

Our garden has it all. A truly unrivalled range of nourishment options, designed to help balance busy bird schedules with convenient, reliable and engaging nutrition experiences – from the simple ‘grab-and-go’ of the crumbled-up crust, to the interactive refreshment system of the five-tier fat-ball swing stack – with excellent on-site tree cover providing a relaxed approach-and-retreat consumer environment, whilst guaranteeing the comfort, security and peace of mind every garden bird deserves.

Looking to celebrate in style with friends and family? Perhaps a gathering of colleagues, or a brood reunion – maybe it’s to mark one of those so-important life events; be that a new arrival, a joining of families, or to remember the life of one who has flown. Nowhere other than in our garden will you find the venue that’s perfectly suited to suit you perfectly.

Introducing The Pavilion – our free-standing, post-mounted hospitality platform; now cat-incident free since 2011. With its spacious, airy aspects, unimpeded vistas and gently-sloping timber-slatted, chalet-style roof in British Racing Green, The Pavilion effortlessly combines casual dining with a genuine sense of occasion. Here, you’ll find our always-popular buffet-style fare, generously replenished each day with a sensational selection of delicious menu choices. And because all our beak-watering seeds and pellets are locally sourced, you can relax in the knowledge that as you celebrate with friends, you’re also making friends… with the communities that depend on forward-thinking birds like you. What’s more, our commitment to responsible snacking means that not-so-small birds, the exercise-intolerant, and those watching waistlines, can concentrate counting on good times, and nothing else! At The Pavilion, we take that weight off your mind.

Or if it’s something a little more intimate you’re after, then, lovebirds, look no further – because when romance is your heart’s desire, you’ll adore the fairytale magic of our idyllic Italianate Casa di Amore.

Let your senses be caressed, as our mealworm medley transports you and that special somebird on iridescent wings of passion, with raindrops playing a beguiling arpeggio upon the naturally verdigrised roof, and falling in a dance of tiny diamonds like enchanted moonbeams upon the hand-crafted timbered balcony of Provençal green. Unforgettable.

Whatever your needs, only our garden can deliver. Whether flying solo or flocking together, you’re sure to discover a great deal that’s to your taste. In fact, we like to think of it as a ‘second place’ for garden birds; the year-round alternative to being wherever else a bird might be.

Our Garden – Where Birds Come

Other gardens may offer similar features. All details correct at time of publication. Five-tier fat-ball swing stack does not guarantee five tiers in constant use; average fat-ball concurrent availability: 1.8 (April – August 2011). Tree cover used at bird’s own risk. The Pavilion may not be reserved for private functions. Cat-incident free period is no assurance against future danger; all visitors using The Pavilion and surrounding facilities do so at their own risk. The Pavilion ‘buffet-style fare’ is replenished most days. ‘Locally sourced’ refers to purchase, not manufacture. ‘Responsible snacking’ suggested for marketing purposes; no liability is accepted for eating to excessive or dangerous levels: if in doubt, seek advice. Casa di Amore operates a strict self-catering, no-food policy. ‘Mealworm medley’ is used for illustration purposes only.

Note: Garden facilities (The Pavilion, Casa di Amore, fat ball stack, birdbath and all food provision stations including lawn and hedgerow) open to all flighted birds except wood pigeons, collared doves, magpies, and anything much bigger than a blackbird. Preferential services are available and likely for rarer small birds such as nuthatches, bullfinches, blackcaps and goldcrests, and darling little things in lovely colours which it’s nice to look up in a book.

© Copyright, Steve Mitchell and Fisher Lane, 2012

About Stevie Mitchell

I come from a long line of cartoons and beer. I was once peed on by a tiger. Hoping the resultant super-powers are yet to come, cos if these are they, then, grrrr....
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2 Responses to Bird Marketing 1

  1. Mary says:

    Great read – made me smile.

  2. David says:

    Nuts! Bird Nuts in fact.

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