Britain has some amazing birds. The robin that sits on your garden fork scanning for worms, the stylised puffin diving for sprat, the list goes on… Here is my collection.
The puffin is an unmistakable bird. During the summer it has a brightly coloured bill, black and white plumage and orange legs. It is one of the worlds favourite birds.
A colourful mixture of blue, yellow, white and green. The blue tit one of our most attractive and most recognisable garden visitors.
The male bullfinch is an unmistakable bird. Bright pinky-red breast and cheeks, grey back, black cap and tail, and bright white rump make him easy to spot.
A seemingly inconspicuous bird, the wren has captivated imaginations for centuries; Aesop, once wrote of the Wren as King of the Birds.
The smallest birds in Europe with short necks that give them a rounded appearance.
The long-tailed tit is easily recognisable with its distinctive colouring and a tail which is longer than its body. This flying lollipop is one of our most social and endearing birds.
The UK’s favourite bird! With its bright red breast it is familiar garden visitor throughout the year and especially at Christmas!