Successful bird-watching winter

PUBLISHED: 07:01 27 January 2010 | UPDATED: 11:38 25 May 2010

Group spokesman Win Lowman with competition winners

Group spokesman Win Lowman with competition winners

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CONSERVATIONISTS in two North Somerset villages have been celebrating the best ever results in an annual study.

CONSERVATIONISTS in two North Somerset villages have been celebrating the best ever results in an annual study.

A total of 95 responses were handed in to the Yatton and Congresbury Wildlife Action Group winter bird survey.

Blackbirds, blue tits and robins were the most-observed birds, with the call of tawny owls being heard on three occasions.

Each person who returned the forms was entered into a prize draw and the winners, Freddie Mundell, aged three, and Shelagh Williams, received bird feeding equipment.


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