That time of year again, the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch, one of the world’s biggest exercises in citizen science. The usual drill: one hour of birding in the garden, with the counts being the maximum seen at one time.
- blue tit × 3
- great tit × 2
- coal tit
- long-tailed tit
- chaffinch × 3
- woodpigeon × 2
- pigeon × 4
- magpie × 3
- blackbird × 3
- song thrush
- dunnock × 2
- ring-necked parakeet × 3
There’s a few fairly regular visitors missing; greenfinch, jay, great-spotted woodpecker, goldcrest, nuthatch. But on balance think it’s a pretty decent list.
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That’s a good selection. No Tit species turned up during my one hour but that is the chance element to randomly picking an hour to watch.
You can see my own results here:
Ah, house sparrow. I’d be lucky to get one of those a year.
hi i was just wondering if anybody has seen a peragrine falcon in cheltenham as i watch one regularly from my window
thank you Jason Brown
I don’t know, sorry.
We saw our first swallow on April 4 2010. Very exciting.