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Katie, nine and Harry Williams, three, try out their binoculars.

Katie, nine and Harry Williams, three, try out their binoculars.

Mini twitchers helped to get gardens ready for the Big Birdwatch next weekend.

The RSPB is encouraging people to get involved in the Big Garden Birdwatch survey this coming Saturday and Sunday.

Children made bird feeders and binoculars at an event at the RSPB Discovery Centre, by Fairhaven Lake, in St Annes yesterday and took part in crafts and demonstrations.

Centre manager Ruth Fraser said: “It is very important for people to get involved.

“Everyone’s own little survey goes towards a national picture.

“Since the survey began it’s enabled conservationists to highlight issues like loss of habitats.”

For more information visit: www.rspb.org.uk

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