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RSPB 'Big Garden Birdwatch'

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With a Waxwing having been spotted in the village in recent days, are your ready we ask?

The RSPB 'Big Garden Birdwatch' takes place on 28-29 February and helps the RSPB build a picture of garden wildlife across the UK.

First introduced in 1979, this initiative has now provided 37 years of data to compare and contrast.

That's an astonishing amount of insight into how our wildlife is faring!

Last year, more than 519,000 people from all over the UK counted an incredible 8,262,662 birds.

Happy Birdwatching!

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