What did you see during the #BigGardenBirdWatch?

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If you took part in this year’s RSPB Big Garden Bird Watch we’d love to hear what species you saw over the weekend (Friday 29th – Sunday 31st January).

Several of us took part in the event on the allotments this year, managing to count – and capture some good footage- of some of our more common species:

A greedy starling and a pair of sparrows on the feeder behind.
A pair of Great Tits on a bird table and feeder.

Published by Nick

A plotholder on Craven Vale Allotment since 2010. I'm particularly proud of my expanding vineyard, which in a good year creates litres and litres of red and white wine! I love our site for the fabulous views over the sea and Downs, as well as the wealth of wildlife that can be found here. It really is a bit of countryside in the heart of the city. I feel very lucky to have my plot.

One thought on “What did you see during the #BigGardenBirdWatch?

  1. I went to do my watch today hoping for fine weather and a good amount of birds to spot. I replenished the bird feeders, the sunflower hearts have been a big hit, that feeder was all but empty. An hour, sat at a distance, wrapped up against the cold wind and plenty of hot drinks, I waited.
    Not one single bird landed anywhere on my plot.
    They had it sussed. Sunday afternoons like this are for chilling in the nest not for fast food or picnics.

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