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Nature Notes - Birdwatch 2011
Bugbrooke Birdwatch Results for 2011
The RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch happened on 29th-30th January and we asked for the results people in Bugbrooke collected to see what the local situation was. People watched for 1 hour and counted how many birds of one species were seen together at one time. We received 41 sets of results and this is a summary of what was seen. There were 31 species seen. To find out more about a bird click on its name.
* The Song Thrush, the House Sparrow, and Starling are all categorised by the RSPB as being red status meaning that they are severely under threat for a variety of reasons. *The Dunnock, the Bullfinch,the Mallard, the Little Egret, the Green Woodpecker, the Fieldfare, the Kestrel and the Black-headed Gull are designated amber status which indicates decline but recovering. All other species seen in Bugbrooke are green status which shows that they are regarded as secure. For more information about the RSPB's reasons for giving these designations click here.