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RSPB Breakfast Birdwatch begins

Nature conservation charity The RSPB is inviting us to join them for a daily Breakfast Birdwatch weekdays between 8 and 9am.

A time when many of us would have been on our way to work or doing the school run, we now find ourselves with an opportunity to enjoy nature in our gardens at home.

Although we are in the midst of an unparalleled crisis with Covid-19, it is important to remember that watching nature is powerful and can be positive for our mental health and wellbeing.

House sparrow – Ray Kennedy (

The arrival of spring means that nature is returning, blooming and growing and offers a great opportunity to appreciate the wildlife around us.

Over the coming days and weeks, the RSPB will be asking you to share your wildlife encounters, offer ideas for things you can do, help identify different species, and answer any questions you may have.

Share your photos, videos and comments on what you can see in your garden, on your balcony or rooftop on social media using hashtag #BreakfastBirdwatch. Follow RSPB on Twitter @Natures_Voice, Facebook at RSPBLoveNature and on Instagram @rspb_love_nature.

Goldfinch feeding from a garden feeder, Co. Durham (

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