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BBC Springwatch

Another angry bird! What's got this dunnock in a mood? #Springwatch
Snow bunting squabble! These birds are beautiful things able to survive extreme conditions! #Springwatch
Barn owls have an amazing ability to fly silently thanks to specially adapted feathers on their wings. #Springwatch
Another amazing shot of a male sparrowhawk - look at those colours! #Springwatch
And the crocuses are out! Let us know of your early spring sightings! #Springwatch
Happy #NationalNestBoxWeek! Here's our guide on how to make, put up & monitor a #LittleOwl box in your local area:
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Hazel flowers are TINY little things that appear on hazel trees. Now is the time to see them, let us know if you have any! #Springwatch
An amazing portrait of a male sparrowhawk, not something you get to see every day! #Springwatch
Snowdrops are one of the early flowering plants in the early spring, have you got any where you are? #Springwatch
Have you got a tame robin that will feed from your hand? Our friends at @BBCTheOneShow are looking for one, let us know!
Sometimes the wildlife makes it look too easy... #Springwatch
Hawfinch today in Forest of Dean, first one I've ever seen and hopefully not the last! #Springwatch
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Crested tits are found in the Scottish highlands, and are beautiful little birds able to survive very harsh conditions! #Springwatch
There are still lots of short-eared owls here to spend the winter. Have you seen any this year? #Springwatch
We just can't ever have too many long-tailed tit photos! ❤️ 💛 �#SpringwatchchG
It's been a great Waxwing winter. Follow @WaxwingsUK for up to date sightings! #Springwatch
They call white-tailed eagles the 'flying barn door.' Any guesses why? 😉#SpringwatchhW
And in the blue corner... A coot oversees a mallard squabble! #Springwatch
We often see ptarmigan in their white winter plumage, but this is what they look like for the rest of the year! #Springwatch
Love is in the air for our Cranes this #valentines @WWTSlimbridge. Here are Monty and Sedge pairing up ahead of the new breeding season
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This is why snipe can be so hard to spot! #Springwatch
Lesser spotted woodpeckers are really scarce now but can be locally common. About the size of a sparrow and really pretty! #Springwatch
The old name for kestrels is Windhover because of their amazing ability to seemingly just hang in the air! #Springwatch
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