Bullfinches turn to gardens
Bullfinches turn to gardens23 Oct 2012
Numbers of Bullfinches visiting garden feeding stations have increased more than six times over since the mid-1990s. The increase, charted through the Garden Bird Feeding Survey (GBFS), contrasts with the relatively stable Breeding Bird Survey (BBS) population trend for this bird. The importance of gardens to Bullfinches is becoming even clearer this year, with reporting rates continuing to rise. Keep abreast of all the latest garden bird news by signing up for the GBW e-newsletter.
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