The results from the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch 2020 indicate an increased number of small birds in gardens across the country than in 2019 due to a milder winter.
The results of the RSPB’s Big Garden Birdwatch 2020 have just been released and show an increase in small birds to UK gardens. Little birds like long-tailed tits, wrens and coal tits were all recorded in larger numbers compared to in 2019.
The annual Birdwatch took place over the last weekend in January and marked the 41st year of the world’s largest garden wildlife survey. Almost half a million people across the UK spent an hour watching the birds in their garden and counted over 8 million birds in total.
The survey showed the house sparrow to be the most popular garden visitor, as in previous years. It also indicated an increase