Berkshire birdwatchers took part in the world's largest garden wildlife survey, watching and counting birds during the 37th RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch.
The annual survey uncovers interesting changes among the most popular garden birds.
The Berkshire spotters found a drop in the numbers of blackbirds and starlings. There was an increase in the number of sightings of the house sparrow and goldfinch - in some cases by up to 33%.
Berkshire's top five most common garden birds in order are:
- Blue tit
- House sparrow