RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch results

RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch results

RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch results show milder winter helps small garden birds The latest results from the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch have revealed smaller birds such as long-tailed tits, wrens and coal tits were seen in greater numbers in gardens across the country than in 2019 thanks to the milder winter. Now in its 41st year, the Big Garden Birdwatch…
RSPB’s Breakfast Birdwatch

RSPB’s Breakfast Birdwatch

Something to get your day started….the kids might enjoy it too The RSPB has begun a daily Breakfast Birdwatch, taking place between 8-9am weekdays, at a time when many of us would have been commuting to work, doing the school run, or otherwise unable to enjoy the splendour of nature, from the safety of our homes. Using #BreakfastBirdwatch on social…
Big Garden Birdwatch 2020

Big Garden Birdwatch 2020

Watch the birdie! Count the birds that land in your garden or local park and you could help the RSPB’s annual survey. The RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch is scheduled for January 25-27, 2020, with up to half a million people expected to watch and count their garden birds. To take part in the Big Garden Birdwatch 2020 all you need…
Get set for the count!

Get set for the count!

The RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch is nearly upon us. All you need is an hour of your spare time to join in There’s an extra incentive to sign up for this year’s 40th anniversary RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch: register to take part and you can claim 20% off an order from the RSPB shop, plus free delivery. There’s an extensive…
Garden amphibians drying up

Garden amphibians drying up

Results from the RSPB’s 2018 wildlife survey reveal that garden amphibians are becoming rarer The results from the RSPB’s 2018 wildlife survey, conducted as part of the Big Garden Birdwatch, reveal that sightings of garden amphibians are becoming rarer. Frogs were reported in over three-quarters of gardens across the UK – but despite being the most common non-bird garden visitor,…