I was cycling near my family home in the Midlands and noticed a brilliant streak of red and gold in a garden - it was a goldfinch! I’d never seen one before.
I wanted to know its story! Why have I never seen one at home before? What made it choose that particular garden? How could I see them in my garden?
I love it when I see the same blue tit coming back for more at the feeder. I wave hello, and say good morning. It’s like it knows I’m waiting for him, and smiling!
Some of our favourite garden birds
Everyone’s favourite garden bird. The gorgeous Robin. A plump bird with a bright orange-red breast (though the juvenile Robin is speckled brown!).
Bearing the majestic red face mask, goldfinches bring a real ‘charm’ (the collective name for goldfinches), to our gardens.
Adaptable and easy-going, the Chaffinch is found in all over the UK. These charismatic birds even have regional accents!
Despite its gregarious outer shell, don’t be fooled, this colourful creature is amongst the most timid of birds.
Bright, blue and beautiful. Wise in character, the Blue Tits only shine brighter as they get older.
These clever birds often sing after rain has fallen, signalling a new beginning and brighter, drier hours ahead.
A shy little bird, Dunnocks keep themselves to themselves, found mainly in the shadows and undergrowth.
Black at first glance, but speckled and laced with colour in reality. Their patterned feathers are almost ethereal in nature.
The humble wren is found on the smallest British coin, the farthing. Wrens make their presence known through their loud song and mischievous character.
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