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RSPB 2009 Birdwatch Results

The RSPB recently held their annual Big Garden Brd Watch, and the result are now in.

A surprising result is thath for the first time in the survey's 30 year history, the long-tailed tit has appeared in the top ten. This highly sociable species increased by an astonishing 88% from last years count.

The RSPB believe this pleasant increase is because this insect eating bird has adapted to feeding on seeds and peanuts at birdtables and from hanging feeders.

This result highlights perfectly the positive impact that our feeding and bird care can have on some birds.

Here is the 2009 top ten:

PositionSpecies Average per garden
1house sparrow 3.70
2starling 3.21
3blackbird 2.84
4blue tit 2.45
5chaffinch 2.01
6woodpigeon 1.85
7collared dove 1.44
8great tit 1.40
9robin 1.36
10long-tailed tit 1.34

 To read more about the 2009 birdwatch, and to see the results in full, please click HERE

 

 
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