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Green&Blue birdfeeders in blue and grey with a bird flying away

Win a birdfeeder each for you and a friend - celebrating the Big Garden Birdwatch

Update: Competition now closed - the lucky winner was cumbrian_goodlife via instagram. Thanks to everybody for their entries, it made for really quite emotional reading. 

The Big Garden Birdwatch is back this month and it couldn't have come at a better time. Not that we need a reason to spend an hour enjoying the wildlife on our doorstep, but! 

In celebration of the Birdwatch we're giving you the chance to win a beautiful Green&Blue Birdball seed feeder for you, and one for a friend, yay!

There are three ways to enter.

1. Look for our Birdwatch competition post on our instagram page. Follow the instructions there.

2. Look for the competition post on our facebook and follow the instructions there.

3. Leave a comment on this blog post and tell us who you'd love to go birdwatching with right now.

Enter via all 3 and increase your chances!  

The Big Garden Birdwatch competition closes on Sunday 24th January at midnight and we'll choose a winner on Monday - we're hoping to get your feeder to you and your friend before the Birdwatch begins!

Our decision is final, no cash alternative, competition is not endorsed by instagram or facebook.

robin in the snow with text to say the Big Garden Birdwatch


The Big Garden Birdwatch takes place from the 29th to the 31st January and you can choose any hour within these dates to complete your count. All you have to do is then count the birds within your garden during this time and afterwards submit your results to the RSPB.

The Birdwatch is one of the largest citizen science projects in existence and gives vital data to help understand the challenges faced by our wildlife species. It's also a brilliant reason to spend some time in your garden or balcony (restrictions this year mean that you have to stay pretty close to home), to enjoy the wildlife on your doorstep and to maybe even be inspired to think of ways to encourage even more species for next year! 

Sign up for more information or find more details of how to get involved from the RSPB right here. 

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I live in a town where there are number of sparrow as now a days it is very hard to see them .I feed them every day but when I go to fill the bowl they get frightened and don’t come near bowl till couple of hours.so I think bird feeder can make it easy and lovely birds can get the food whenever they want.

Neel Tandel

I’d love to be able to go birdwatching with my Mum. Unfortunately she is no longer with us but she really enjoyed feeding and watching the birds in our garden. Her favourite was always the Robin. Neighbours often commented that she fed all the birds in the village!


It has to be my 6 year old niece, Jenna, who loves to see the birds in her garden.


I’d love to birdwatch with my mum. We’ve not seen each other since August when we celebrated her 86th birthday. She loves her garden birds but has to watch them alone for now.


I’d love to win and if I did I’d give one to my mum and dad as they’re stuck at home and love watching their birds.

Rebecca Wray

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