Sightings recorded in the survey are as follows:
- House sparrows down by 18 per cent.
- Starlings down by 15 per cent.
- Bullfinches down by 22 per cent.
- Dunnocks down by 5 per cent.
- Siskins up by 50 per cent.
- Long tailed tits up by 66 per cent.
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