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RSPB Garden Birdwatch


RSPB, Birdwatch

RSPB Garden Birdwatch once again produces some great pictures..

It always amazes me the amount of birds you can find in a garden. If you only spend a few minutes each day looking out of a window and the birds in the garden you will see only a very few unless you are really lucky. Just have a look at some of the pictures people have taken of Sparrowhawks eating Pigeons in their back garden.

RSPB Garden Birdwatch


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