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Richard Negus 8 Feb 19
43 Yellow hammers 15 Wood pigeon 2 Grey Partridge 6 pheasants 3 black headed gull 4 Robins 3 crows 2 magpie 12 blue tit 8 linnets 8 Great tits 8 blackbirds 1 Barn owl 1 kestrel 10 Dunnock
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West Midlands Ringing Group 17 Feb 19
This video by shows how effective Supplementary winter feed is for Farmland birds. has got something really special here. What species can you see?
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Cranborne Estate Feb 7
These farmland birds were heard here last summer. Can you ID them?
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Richard Negus Feb 13
Don't forget to take part in the . help our farmland birds to thrive and survive.
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rattycastle 8 Feb 19
3000 starlings sitting in our sheds and on the pastures ! When will they leave !
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Tom Bradshaw 15 Feb 19
Any of you reading this that haven’t had a chance to do the please take the opportunity to showcase what’s happening on your farm. ⁦
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Richard Negus Feb 13
please get involved with this year's Big Farmland Bird Count. . Get out your binos and bird books, get counting and pop your findings on the website.
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gertcorfield 31 Jan 19
BBC Radio 4 - A Guide to Farmland Birds - A great series of podcasts for preparing for the Big Farmland Bird Count ⁩ ⁦
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Hoppy 17 Feb 19
What a place, fantastic numbers of Farmland birds, and this is only a small part of the flocks at Many thanks to for the video!
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Jim Egan 26 Mar 19
The Big Farmland Bird Count results are out. A massive thanks to all those taking part. We saw a 40% increase in the number of counts submitted. Find out more
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David Exwood 15 Feb 19
The finishes on Sunday so everyone please make a the most of the fantastic weather this weekend and take part.
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The Wall Farm 9 Feb 19
Not a bad start 157 lapwing 2 snipe 20 shoveler 55 Teal 11 yellowhammer 2 blue tits 12 chaffinch 62 starlings 2 crows 28 wigeon
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Louis Phipps 12 Feb 19
Missed this brambling during on Sunday, should have started 20 minutes earlier! Very windy day but still counted 75 linnets, 38 yellowhammer, 40 chaffinch, a few tree sparrow feeding on supplementary seed. + raven, buzzard, kestrel overhead. Two woodcock on the way
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MingxiTzu 🇨🇦 Apr 4
It's and we're at a banquet to honor and his appointment to US Chief Carrot Inspector! Can't wait to dig into that yummy Big Fat Baby Carrot Cake @Dylanlovesdogs
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Kirsty Brannan 22 Jan 19
Normally found by fast-flowing water, this Grey wagtail was picking along the edge of a farmyard slurry lagoon today.
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Eyebrook Birdfeeds Feb 14
Fay has been out on the farm this morning carrying out the . We’ve seen a great number in just half an hour. Great to see that the work we do on the farm encourages so many species
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Phil Jarvis 12 Feb 19
Count completed, time to upload results
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PERDIX 9 Feb 19
Better weather tomorrow for taking just 30 minutes to count your farmland birds for the . Your efforts will make a difference and also give you a chance at winning an industry leading trail camera to help monitor your wildlife all year round
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Martin George 9 Feb 19
Highlight of the Big Farmland Bird Count for me so far: 11 Yellowhammers shining back at the February sun from this cracking hedge Two more counts today, will we find a Corn Bunting flock?!
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Charlie Parkin Mar 31
1500 farmers took part in the Big Farmland Bird Count 2020. More than 120 species were recorded including 25 red-listed species. Great to see more evidence of British farmers delivering for wildlife alongside delivering high standard, nutritious food
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