RSPB Annual Birdwatch

January 31, 2021

Don't forget that this weekend is THE time to put aside an hour to observe what birds you have visiting your garden over a 1-hour period (you choose the time).


See RSPB Birdwatch


We decided to have 8.15-9.15am this morning, soon after it got light and when everyone was hungry after the frosty night. Food we used to encourage was wild bird seed / sunflower hearts / crushed peanuts / fatballs / dried mealworms.


Birds observed were;


Blackbird (m) 7, (f) 3


Blue Tit 2


Coal Tit 1


Collared Dove 10


Dunnock 4


Great Tit 2


Jackdaw 17


Long Tailed Tit 3


Magpie 4


Nuthatch 3


Robin 5


Wood Pigeon 11


Wren 1


 


These were taken at home, not on the Home Reserve - or numbers would have been much higher (and been cheating!)


Nigel

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