National Nest Box Week (14-21 February) is organised every year by the British Trust for Ornithology as a way to encourage more people to help birds find a suitable place to nest. Putting up a nest box in your garden will help our feathered friends through nesting season, which runs from March to August, by providing them with a clean, warm environment to lay their eggs and raise their chicks.
The results for the RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch are in and reveal good news for smaller birds who were spotted in greater numbers in our gardens across the country this year. The wildlife survey, which takes place over the last weekend in January, attracts over half a million people of all ages with almost 8 […]
The RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch is set to return at the end of January with up to half a million people expected to take part this year. Those who sign up are encouraged to spend just one hour watching and recording the birds in their gardens to help the RSPB better understand how our feathered friends […]
The RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch took place over the last weekend in January and this year almost half a million people took part across the UK counting an impressive 7.5 million birds. The results are now in and reveal a mixed picture for our garden birdlife with 15 of the top 20 species returning fewer sightings […]