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Birdwatching Club

This term has been extremely enjoyable for Birdwatching Club as we have been thoroughly active even during this period of lockdown. 

This week, a dramatic event occurred in Mr Porter’s garden, where his spotted flycatcher young have unfortunately been predated on, likely by great spotted woodpeckers.

The average lifespan of common garden birds varies a lot as we can see from this table:  

Many thanks to everybody who has helped along the way and we look forward to continuing in September at school or online.

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