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Urban Rewilder Jan 28
Did you see feral pigeons in your ? They get a bad rep, but they are the #1 food for urban peregrines and goshawks (pls๐Ÿคž)
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Carl Bovis Jan 28
Here are my results, from my small village centre garden in Somerset; 15 Starling 9 Goldfinch 6 Chaffinch 3 Woodpigeon 2 Collared Dove 2 Blackbird 1 Blue Tit 1 Robin 1 Blue Tit 1 Reed Bunting ๐Ÿ˜Š๐Ÿฆ
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RSPB Jun 14
Two-thirds of you spotted hedgehogs in your garden during - find out how you can give a hog a home! ๐Ÿฆ”๐Ÿฆ”
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The Butterfly Brothers Jan 28
Cracking shots here of a female Blackcap from in this weekends . You can still take part and record your sightings today to help build a picture of how the UKโ€™s bird population is faring.
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Fabian Harrison ๐ŸŒ Jan 28
Iโ€™ll be honest... not the type of bird I was hoping would turn up for my this year, but Iโ€™ll take it ๐Ÿ“ Donโ€™t forget, today is the last day you can take part โ€“ for all the details & to submit your results visit ๐Ÿก๐Ÿฆ๐Ÿ‘€
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Donna may be fragile but is still a fighter Feb 3
Lot's of patience, and meal worms paid off, not bad for a mobile phone camera!
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John Glen Jan 28
by is a great initiative - not much time left if you want to take part this year! Submit your results here:
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jude wood Jan 28
The rare welsh headless collared doves showing up for my ๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿฆ
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carolyn hargest Jan 29
submitted my results (28.1.19) magpie 2; dunnock 2; blackbird 2; robin 1; crow 2; woodpigeon 2; Long-tailed tit 3; house sparrow 2; coal tit 1; blue tit 1; great tit 1. Grey squirrels are frequent visitors, field mouse and fox less often.
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Jude Feb 6
Good morning. One of my visitors
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GreenFingeredGeorge Jan 28
That moment you spot a mountain hare ๐Ÿ‡ on your ๐Ÿ˜ฎ Spotted it with my naked eyes ๐Ÿ‘€ rather than the scope. There it was hunkered down, chilling out. It made my heart โฃ jump for joy
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RSPB Jun 13
Almost 200,000 of you told us what other wildlife you saw during your this year, with three-quarters of you seeing frogs in your garden! Discover how you can make a home for them ๐Ÿธ๐Ÿธ
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Drew Cooper ๐ŸŒฑ Jan 28
Me at work today ๐Ÿฆ Getting into the spirit of the
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Aukward Birder Jan 28
Better late than never! Found our list. Lovely lunchtime birdwatch with my Dad and 10yo, plentiful tea, sandwiches and an abundance of birds visiting his feeders. Little bit disappointed the Nuthatch didn't make an appearance
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Wildlife Pete Jan 28
Did my today, as the wind kept everything hunkered down yesterday. Nothing out of the ordinary, but often it's nice just to spend time and appreciate the regulars ๐Ÿ’š 1 x Collared Dove 1 x Robin 2 x Bluetit 3 x Blackbird 3 x Wood Pigeon 17 x House Sparrow
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Rebecca Wheeler Jan 28
I did my count yesterday but lots of Long-tailed tits on my feeders this morning ๐Ÿ˜love these little cuties!
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Birdgirl Jan 28
Just about 2b interviewed on about , my speaking with on 9th Feb in , asking ppl 2 support that 4 our inner city kidsโ€™ nature camps & being the youngest 2c my 5000th bird species in Feb in Spain
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TCVCitizenScience Jan 28
Braw day for Primary 6/5 to take part in ! Budding citizen scientists ๐Ÿฆ and we can't wait to submit our results to help build a picture of how birds are faring! Well done class ๐Ÿ˜ƒ
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BBC Wildlife Apr 4
The results are in! have revealed which garden birds triumphed in the 2019
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BBC Wildlife Apr 5
2019 was the 40th anniversary of the 's ! Today, they've revealed the results of this year's survey
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