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Are Birds Dinosaurs

Are Birds Dinosaurs

I recently overheard a conversation between my granddaughter and a friend discussing what they'd learned in school that day. They were posed the question, 'are birds dinosaurs?', and given time to research the answer. I was fairly surprised by their findings, so...

Are Sparrows In Decline

Are Sparrows In Decline

I have read somewhere recently that the UK population of the house sparrow is at a worryingly low. My first port of call to check this out was the Great British Bird Watch results, the most recent being 2020. There at the top of the most frequent garden visitor list...

Why Do Birds Murmurate

Why Do Birds Murmurate

A collection of birds that gathers together to perform a synchronised aerial display is known as a murmuration. The most common birds to behave this way are starlings. The phenomenon occurs between October and March all over the UK. There are many theories as to why...

Which Birds Murmurate

Which Birds Murmurate

If you have ever seen a murmuration of birds, you will remember it. It is such a wondrous sight that it will stay imprinted on your brain forever. What is a murmuration? A murmuration is a flock of birds that fly in a formation of ever-changing patterns; often tens of...

When Robins Are Near Poem

When Robins Are Near Poem

Do Robins Appear When Loved Ones are Near? It's amazing don't you know?He visits in the place of a loved one,That sadly had to go.He comes to show they miss you,Just as you do them,And they too, long for that day,That you shall meet again.They're by your side forever...

Do Blue Tits Mate for Life

Do Blue Tits Mate for Life

Blue tits are sedentary birds, one of the few species of songbird that never migrate. They choose instead to remain close to their nesting place. The Great British Birdwatch annual results prove that blue tits are one of the more common songbirds in our gardens. In...