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Wild birds in the garden

Updated: Jun 23, 2022

Every year we see more and more different wild birds in the garden. This must be a good sign. Boris always saw beauty in birds and enjoyed both photographing and painting them.


We feed them in the winter, placing on top of one of the beds in the forest garden, so we can see from the window. Boris usually starts his mornings there. It’s a please to get the kids’ attention and to share the excitement when a new visitor is detected. I mean, we can get really-really happy about a new type of bird in the garden.

So far we have spotted the following birds: Robin, Bullfinch, Brambling, Great tit, Blue tit (nesting), Marsh tit (nesting), Hawfinch, Eurasian wren, Nuthatch (nesting), House sparrow, Common blackbird (nesting), Wood pigeon, Jackdaw (nesting) and Magpie.

So far we have spotted the following birds: Robin, Bullfinch, Brambling, Great tit, Blue tit (nesting), Marsh tit (nesting), Hawfinch, Eurasian wren, Nuthatch (nesting), House sparrow, Common blackbird (nesting), Wood pigeon, Jackdaw (nesting) and Magpie.




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