You may have noticed that we have been having a lot of activity on the bird feeder. To help you identify the birds you are seeing there is a picture below of the 4 main types of bird coming to the bird feeder, great tit, blue tit, house sparrow and great spotted woodpecker.
Birds on the feeder
By Steve Savage|2022-01-26T10:27:09+00:00March 4th, 2016|A Place to Think, Birds, Classification, Food chains, Habitats, Railway land Live! News, Seasonal change|1 Comment
About the Author: Steve Savage
A childhood interest in wildlife that became his profession, Steve Savage is a Biologist, Environmental Educator and Wildlife Author with over 30 years experience. Steve specialises in freshwater and marine ecology and has published 44 books on wildlife for children and has also written many articles for magazines and journals. He has worked with school children on various sites around Sussex and also works with schools helping them to develop their school grounds to help wildlife, enhance teaching and as places for wellbeing. Steve runs his own environmental education programme, but also works with other organisations including the Railway land Nature Reserve and has a good knowledge of the habitats and wildlife on this site. He has a great passion for cross curriculum teaching especially linking science and literacy.
Well done Willingdon Primary who spotted a blue tit recently and then let us know. The light was great as it was early morning. Well done early risers that caught the bird that catches the worm!