The RSPB says this winter more people than ever are getting in touch about the lack of birds in gardens. So are they disappearing?
For those living in towns and cities, they are one of the highlights of winter. The annual arrival of hungry birds looking for food is something to look forward to as the chill sets in.
Blue tits, chaffinches and house sparrows are among those usually spotted in urban gardens at this time of year.
But the RSPB says it is being inundated with letters and emails from concerned people who say they are seeing a lot fewer garden birds this year. So are they right?
Category: Nature & Environment
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