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BBC Springwatch

Happy valentines day! Here's the the ultimate lovebirds, the great crested grebes! They even give each other presents... #Springwatch
What a BEAUTIFUL bird! A male bullfinch will brighten up any garden. #Springwatch
I need to work on my hare whispering technique... Not quite the portrait I'd asked for! @HPT_Official @BBCSpringwatch @BBCEarth
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A waxwing gets its name from those little blobs of red. It's said to resemble the wax used to seal letters. #Springwatch
Did you know a kingfisher will always eat a fish head first to avoid a nasty jab from the spines on a stickleback? #Springwatch
Another angry bird! Can you beat this less than impressed stonechat? #Springwatch
Real life angry birds! Have you got a shot of a bird grumpier than this heron? #Springwatch
Thanks to the efforts of conservationists, red kites have made an amazing comeback in the UK! #Springwatch
Goldfinches are experts at finding seeds on flower heads! #Springwatch
Not an easy bird to photograph! The goldcrest is the UK's smallest bird, and a real beauty. Credit: @realchriskidd #Springwatch
Have you seen waxwings this winter? It's been a great year for them! #Springwatch
Have you seen a cracking starling murmuration this winter? Show us your photos and videos! #Springwatch
Stonechats get their name from their call, which sounds like two stones banging and rubbing together! #Springwatch
Have you been lucky enough to see a kingfisher? We'd love to see your photos and videos! #Springwatch
Just a goldcrest having a bath. Enjoy! #Springwatch
We've had lots of reports of blue tits checking out nest boxes already this year, have you seen it yet? #Springwatch #SignsOfSpring
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