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Find out why the wren has been described as ‘king’ and was persecuted for betraying the Irish. 
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Discover all you need to know about the smallest bird in Europe. 
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An annual invasion is occurring as a classic herald of winter, the fieldfare, arrives in Britain.
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The time has come for swallows to leave the UK and embark on their epic migration to South Africa, so make the most of the last few in the skies. 
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Coal tits are a less noticeable than their larger relations, the blue tit and great tit, but these acrobatic, little birds should not be underestimated.
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One of our most stylish summer visitors is only a fleeting delight – see them while you can this month.
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Watch out for woodpeckers as their numbers are increasing. 
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House martins have just arrived back in the country – but where have they been?
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Garden birdwatchers are seeing red this spring as a ‘new’ garden finch makes a welcome appearance.
Attract caterpillars to your garden article spread
Come spring, your garden should be host to an army of fascinating leaf-eaters, including all sorts of caterpillars and insect larvae.
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