Robin Redbreast: We see lots of these little birds in our garden especially during the Winter months ...........

Robin Redbreast: We see lots of these little birds in our garden especially during the Winter months. So how about spice up a colder looking room with a leather sofa and orange/red cushions?

Fancy seeing more of this small in stature, but big in personality little chap in your garden? Wrens look for places with lots of lovely nest sites and plenty of tasty insects to snack on, so grow dense thickets, make log piles, plant hedges where you can and cloak walls and fences with climbers, preferably over a trellis #homesfornature Photo by Lloyd Spitalnik

British garden birds - wren, such a tiny little bird. We sometimes see these in our garden.

English Robin. They liked to come around whenever we were gardening, hoping we'd turn up some bugs or worms for them.

They like to come around whenever I am gardening, hoping I'll turn up some bugs or worms for them.

Blue Tit (Parus caeruleus). Widespread throughout the UK. Its favoured habitat is deciduous woodland but is also frequently seen in parks and gardens. Diet consists of insects, caterpillars, nuts and seeds. #Birds #UK

The blue tits visit the bird table regularly, but not in anything like the numbers seen at the old house.

Great Tit(Parus major) photographed among the catkins

Great Tit (Parus major) among the catkins. Sang loud & clear this morning outside our house!

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