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The conservation charity is offering a 3-point plan to assist birdwatchers participating within the survey make their garden as enticing as doable.

Ms Speight added: ‘By participating within the Birdwatch,
you are helping to build an annual snapshot of how our birdlife is doing across the UK.

The annual event - the world’s largest garden wildlife survey
- relies on the public recording the number of chook species visiting their
gardens or balconies for one hour from as we speak to Sunday.
The RSPB, which runs what it says is the world’s largest garden wildlife survey, said
people should serve up a mix of foods to draw totally different species, clean their chook tables and feeders, and put out
recent water. To entice birds into our gardens, the RSPB recommends we carry out some simple steps.
The mild weather this winter could have boosted the survival
of small birds, the RSPB said yesterday. RSPB spokesman Martin Fowlie stated:
‘Warmer winters like the one we’ve had thus far this yr, benefit some of
our smaller species.