Eagle-eyed bird watchers wanted for YACWAG research

PUBLISHED: 16:00 19 December 2016

YACWAG is asking people to keep an eye out for birds this Christmas.

YACWAG is asking people to keep an eye out for birds this Christmas.

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People living in two North Somerset villages could be in with a chance of winning a prize – simply for monitoring birds they spot in their back gardens.

The Yatton and Congresbury Wildlife Action Group (YACWAG) will carry out its Christmas bird survey from Christmas Eve to January 2, and the group wants to know which birds can be seen in gardens.

To take part, download an application form from www.yacwag.org.uk or contact Win Lowman on 01934 833596.

All entries will be enterd into a prize draw.

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