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There is still plenty of time to sign up for this year's Big Garden Bird Watch, which is happening from January 26 to January 28.
Sightings of the house sparrow in gardens in the area during the annual RSPB Big Garden Bird Watch 2018 - amounted to 5.5 per garden across 70.3 per cent of gardens.
January is also the time for the Big Garden Bird Watch (27,28 and 29 January).
THE Amelia Trust Farm is looking for people to help with its Big Garden Bird Watch on January 30.
The RSPB's Big Garden Bird Watch 2015 confirms that starlings in gardens are down 80% since 1979.
Early findings of the RSPB's Big Garden Bird Watch, which ends tomorrow, show blackcap numbers are up among the six million sightings recorded.
? LEAMINGTON Spa Art Gallery & Museum is tomorrow taking part in the Big Garden Bird Watch with the RSPB, with telescopes and binoculars provided to spot birds on the River Leam, plus art activities available from designing bird feeders to creating wildlife masks.
What: The RSPB Big Garden Bird Watch. Join RSPB members, Rangers and Volunteers to record birds for national survey, make nestboxes or feeders, walks, treasure hunt.
ENGLAND TODAY: Join the big garden bird watch at Flatford Wildlife Garden in Essex, where kids' activities include making bird food and planting bee-friendly seeds.
The RSPB's Garden Bird Watch team are calling on everyone, especially children, to get involved by monitoring wildlife in gardens and parks.
To learn more about Big Garden Bird Watch Weekend on January 30 and 31 visit where you can register and record your findings.