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15th March 2017

Bird Club took part in the British Trust for Ornithology 'What's Under Your Feet' survey for the second year running!

Bird Club took part in the British Trust for Ornithology 'What's Under Your Feet' survey for the second year running! 1
Bird Club took part in the British Trust for Ornithology 'What's Under Your Feet' survey for the second year running! 2
Bird Club took part in the British Trust for Ornithology 'What's Under Your Feet' survey for the second year running! 3
Bird Club took part in the British Trust for Ornithology 'What's Under Your Feet' survey for the second year running! 4
Bird Club took part in the British Trust for Ornithology 'What's Under Your Feet' survey for the second year running! 5
Bird Club took part in the British Trust for Ornithology 'What's Under Your Feet' survey for the second year running! 6
Bird Club took part in the British Trust for Ornithology 'What's Under Your Feet' survey for the second year running! 7
Here we are counting and measuring the worms we found: a total of 51. The results are sent to scientists at the BTO, who analyse the data eg to find out which area of the country has the greatest density of worms. More worms for the birds to eat means more birds for us to spot! 
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