Next weekend is the Big Garden Birdwatch where the RSPB ask us to count the number of birds and other wildlife in our garden. The results help to give a snapshot of our garden bird population and shows which species are thriving and which are in decline. The more people take part, the more that can be learned.
All you have to do is spend an hour of your choice counting the birds in your garden. How easy is that.
If you register before the day, you will be sent an information pack and a £5 discount off your next RSPB purchase. I shall be using mine to stock up on bird treats to entice lots of our feathered friends to visit my garden. On the day, you spend an hour counting the birds in your garden, or nearby green space. Afterwards, you can submit your results live from your device, or by mail if you'd rather fill in a paper form.
I've marked the 24-25 January 2015 in my diary so that I don't forget. Have you?
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