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Take part in our 2020 Nestbox Census

A huge thank you to everyone who took part in last year's 2019 Nestbox Week Census. We've been bowled over with the response from wildlife lovers across the UK who shared what's going on in their gardens. 

Once again we need your help to find out how many nestboxes there are in the British gardens - and who's been using them over the last year. 

Can you spare a minute to take part in our 2020 Nestbox Census?


Your answers will help us build up the big picture about the nesting habits of British Birds, and how they are changing over time. 

It won’t take a moment. And if you’re happy to share your email address we’ll enter you in our prize draw to win £100 of birdcare vouchers from livingwithbirds.com, Britain’s finest collection of quality nestboxes, bird feeders and wildlife foods. The draw takes place on 30th September 2020.

In what area do you live? Please enter just the first part of your postcode.

Your email address (optional)

This lets us enter you in our prize draw; it won't be used for anything else unless you tick below. 

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National Nestbox Week is an established part of the ornithological calendar. Celebrated from February 14th each year, it puts the spotlight on breeding birds and asks everyone to put up more nestboxes in their local area. National Nestbox Week was first established in 1997 by the BTO and Britain’s leading birdcare specialist Jacobi Jayne & Co.

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Nestboxes come in many shapes to suit different birds.

Click on each box to learn a little more.