On a cold weekend in January 65,000 people across the East of England took part in the Big Garden Birdwatch.
Now the results have been released by the RSPB and there are a few surprises.
They say that numbers are down slightly, but it could be because our mild winter has meant that some birds have been able to find their food elsewhere in the countryside.
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The results of the Big Garden Birdwatch which took place over a weekend in January, are now out.
65,000 people across the East of England took part and now the RSPB has complied a top ten list of the most common garden birds.