Big Garden Birdwatch results for 2024 in Buckinghamshire.

Between 26-28 January something amazing happened , people in Buckinghamshire stopped what they were doing and spent an hour watching birds in their garden or local green space and took part in this year’s Big Garden Birdwatch. An impressive 71 different bird species were spotted across the county from blue tit at number 1 to wigeon at number 71. Now that our scientists have sorted through the data, we can revel the winners and losers of the Big Garden Birdwatch 2024 in Buckinghamshire. So read on for a full rundown of the top 10 in Bucks .

10 Jackdaw

In the same position as 2023 , seen in 27.5 % of gardens .

9 Magpie

In the same position as 2023 , seen in 61.2% of gardens . ( Sheep not always necessary )

8 Great Tit

In the same position as 2023 , seen in 56.2 % of gardens .

7 Goldfinch

In the same position as 2023 , seen in 31.8% of gardens .

6 Blackbird

Drops down 1 place from 2023 , seen in 74.0% of gardens.

5 Robin

Goes up 1 place from 2023 , seen in 86.5% of gardens .

4 Starling

Goes down 1 place from 2023 , seen in 40.1% of gardens . Autumn starling murmuration at RSPB Otmoor.

3 Woodpigeon.

Goes down 1 place from 2023, seen in 79.1% of gardens.

2 House Sparrow

In the same position as 2023, seen in 53.0% of gardens .

1 Blue Tit

In the same position as 2023, seen in 86.3% of gardens .

Just under the Top Ten at Number 11 the Collard Dove and at Number 12 the Feral Pigeon.

For further information and more results visit – www.rspb.org.uk/birdwatch

There is lots of advise on what to do if you find an apparently abandoned baby bird in your garden this spring on the ‘Helping Nature’ page of our blogs.

Lets give nature a home