Some of the children who were getting ready for their big school bird watch. Stonedyke Primary School has two areas within the school grounds that they use as bird feeding stations. The larger station set within their Eco-garden doesn't have alot of shelter for the smaller birds, but does get alot of visits from magpies and pigeons. The station at the front of the school is where all the little garden birds appear.
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