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article imageGardens 'attract fewer songbirds'

By Bharvi     Mar 26, 2007 in World
These birds used to visit UK every year for there food.
The RSPB blamed the mild European winter and a bumper countryside fruit crop, are the reason for the birds not visiting UK gardens. Every year the visit of this birds have fallen from 65% in a year, while the number of blackbirds fell by 25%.
Last year they didnot find this fewer songbirds but could see this year. On 27-28 January 6.5m birds were counted in 236,000 gardens. Many schools and people all over were crowded to see this bird watch. It was expected 400,000 people had taken part of this.
"Although the mild winter seems to have provided more food for song thrushes in the countryside this year, as changes to our climate become more extreme many birds will struggle to cope with the altered weather patterns."
If i could have got a chance to see this??
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