British garden birds video


This 3 January 2015 video is about garden birds in Britain, like blue tit, robin, and (female) blackbird.

It says about itself:

I have mounted this hanging table from the eaves so it rests against my office window. I am getting lots of visitors now. I fixed the GoPro onto the window to get a bird’s eye view… here are some of the visitors….

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