Tarvin Community Centre
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Tarvin Community Centre
By RSPB - 12th January 2015 6:00am
Count the wildlife that's counting on you
Why take part?
Bird populations are a great indicator of the health of the countryside. That's why it's so important to take part in surveys like Big Garden Birdwatch to keep an eye on the ups and downs of the wildlife where we live.
All you need to do is spend an hour over the weekend of 24-25 January counting the birds in your garden. It's that simple!
The more people involved, the more we can learn. So, grab a cuppa and together we can all help to give nature a home.
Join thousands of others and pick an hour over the weekend to discover the wildlife in your garden. Register now on the RSPB website to receive your FREE PACK here
You can download the results from 2014 on the RSPB website here.
The top 5 birds seen in England were:
Ed: "Send us your bird photographs by email to email@example.com, make sure that each picture is no more than 1mb and we would prefer landscape over portrait as we can then use them in the rolling gallery!"
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