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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!
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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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Over the coming weeks, garden nest boxes will become a hive of activity thanks to the blue tit.
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The view from a kitchen window has gained some sparkle over recent years thanks to a gold rush in gardens.
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The blackcap is the garden bird bruiser to look out for this January.
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The long-tailed tit is one of our most sociable and endearing garden birds.
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