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Several species of winter visitors may be found in the UK now. For example, Redwing and Fieldfare are thrushes that feed on berries, Brambling may be among flocks of Chaffinches feeding on beech mast, and the gorgeous Waxwing may be searching for rowan berries. During the winter, Wrens and Long-tailed Tits often snuggle together on a branch or in a hole at night time to keep warm. Some other birds, like Starlings, Jackdaws and other crows, and gulls often roost together and then disperse during the day to feed. More>>
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Vote Now! (Opens in new window)We all have a garden favourite, whether it's the cheeky Robin that follows us around the garden, the Blackbird with its beautiful song, the colourful Goldfinch or the enchanting Waxwing. Whatever your reason, which of these is your favourite bird?  Vote now! Clean your bird baths and bird feeders regularly using a mild disinfectant, rinsing thoroughly afterwards. Wear gloves when cleaning feeders and bird tables. Do not take bird baths, tables or feeders into the house. Wash your hands thoroughly when finished. More >>

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