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I am an absolute newbie to bird watching....or bird identifying. I started off a few weeks ago, using watching the birds in my garden as a mindfulness exercise. I was stunned at the life going on in my garden that I had not paid attention to before!
We don't have any unusual birds....house sparrow, blackbirds, magpies, crows and pigeons but they are so lovely to watch and listen to. I watched the blackbirds protect their babies from a magpie and discovered that the sparrows live net door! The pigeons have been visitors for many years.

I am trying to increase my knowledge. Recently I became aware of some swifts nearby which was nice because the RSPB were looking for people to report sightings.

Today, I am pretty sure it was a swallow I saw but my bird identifier doesn't seem to like that it was coastland that I saw it!
 
Hi sf2 and a warm welcome to you from all the Staff and Moderators.

I'm sure you will enjoy it here and I look forward to hearing your news.

All things Scottish can be found here. Also, keep an eye on threads titled something like Scottish Bashes; we try to meet up occasionally and they're always great fun. You'd be most welcome to join us on another if you can manage.
 
Hi, sf2 and welcome to the forum. I think you will find us a friendly and helpful group.
 
Welcome to BirdForum! I am sure you will find lots to interest you here, and I hope you enjoy your visits.
 
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