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All eyes on your bird table!

Created: Wednesday, 16 January 2019 Written by Katherine O`Neill

The principle is simple: To count how many birds, and of what species, you can see in or from a given space - such as a garden, local square, school playground, balcony or urban park - in a selected one-hour window.

To take part, choose one of the two days, and a good hour to observe - such as mid-morning or early-afternoon, when temperatures will be slightly higher and birds are likely to be out more.

More on the whys and hows from Connexion France.