Worst Big Garden Birdwatch ever! Just the usual scavengers, in unusually tiny numbers, and only brightened by a couple of robins at the death


Worst Big Garden Birdwatch ever! Just the usual scavengers, in unusually tiny numbers, and only brightened by a couple of robins at the death.
Where are they all hiding? I hope you all had a better spot?

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Martin Vincent

January 31, 2018

Woodpecker

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Martin Vincent

January 31, 2018

And 3 buzzards

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Roy Delaney

January 31, 2018

Lucky bugger!

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    Martin Vincent

    January 28, 2018

    Living in a forest does have its advantages

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Martin Vincent

January 31, 2018

Living in a forest does have its advantages

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Nikke Allen

January 31, 2018

5 red kites coasting around on the thermals high above, a robin, blue-tits, great-tits, blackbird, female chaffinch, collared doves, 2 wood pigeons shagging on my bungalow roof, and my 6 canaries! 😀

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Ian Evenden

February 1, 2018

My garden is full of goldfinches and bullfinches at the moment. Plus a few blue tits and a wren.

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    Roy Delaney

    January 29, 2018

    I’ve probably not seen a bullfinch in 30 years!

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    Ian Evenden

    January 29, 2018

    They bloody love the sunflower seeds I put out.

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    Roy Delaney

    January 29, 2018

    Where you to then? Bristol’s pretty poor all round for finches.

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    Ian Evenden

    January 29, 2018

    Peasedown. Not far from farmland and with a few trees and hedges. I’ve been feeding the birds for years but when Mrs Ian bought a niger seed feeder it brought in loads of new species.

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    Roy Delaney

    January 29, 2018

    Ooh yes, you’re right near the greeness. We’re bang in the centre of Bristol, but still get a fair variety of species. Not today though. Oh no.

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Roy Delaney

February 1, 2018

I’ve probably not seen a bullfinch in 30 years!

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Ian Evenden

February 1, 2018

They bloody love the sunflower seeds I put out.

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Roy Delaney

February 1, 2018

Where you to then? Bristol’s pretty poor all round for finches.

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Martin Vincent

February 1, 2018

And a posh American owl, although that’s in an aviary next door


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