What birds might I see?

Both these feeding stations are pretty busy and I am lucky enough to get all sorts of visitors. The ones you are most likely to see are shown below. These images are from the RSPB website. You can find out more about these species from there.

Common visitors to spot.....

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Long tailed tit

Blue tit

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Greenfinch

Great tit

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Goldfinch

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Coal tit

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Nuthatch

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Robin

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Chaffinch

male

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Great spotted woodpecker

Male has red on nape of neck
Female has no red on nape

House sparrow

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male

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Dunnock

female

Rarer visitors to spot.....

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Siskin

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Blackcap

male

female

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Bullfinch

female

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male

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Lesser redpoll

My Other Live Cameras

I have over 20 cameras positioned around the garden on different feeding stations and in various nest boxes. These cameras live stream on a different system and I live stream them by running them through a Splitter Box that lets me show different feeds.

At present, I will be showing some of my nest boxes during the day and the Fox Feeding station at night. Pop in and see what activity there is as Spring progresses.

Mammal Box HD

This camera is inside the most ambitious Mammal Box I have made! Using a Vivotek HD camera, lighting and removable 'sets' I can change the view you see of this box and the environment that the mammals interact in! You can find out more about this box by clicking on the link button.

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