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Children urged to watch the birdies

BLACKBIRDS, sparrows and robins are at the top of the checklist for thousands of school children across Argyll and the Isles as the world’s biggest schools’ wildlife survey kicks off.

The RSPB Big Schools Birdwatch – which takes place during the first half of the spring term until February 23 – is a chance for children to put down their books and get outside to experience and learn about the nature in their community.

The birdwatch involves children spending an hour watching and counting the birds that visit their outdoor space before sending the results in to the conservation organisation.

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