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Return of the frequent flyers

AS migrant birds begin to return to the UK, the RSPB is urging people to give them a helping hand to recover from), willow warblers, swifts and cuckoos. ‘Shrinking green spaces means fewer places for these birds to nest and find regular food sources, so we can help them by making gardens the perfect “bed and breakfast” set up,’ says the RSPB’s Helen Moffat.

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