What’s your favourite common garden bird?

A house sparrow. Picture: Robina Churchyard

A house sparrow. Picture: Robina Churchyard - Credit: citizenside.com

According to the results of this year's Big Garden Birdwatch, the most common bird in Norfolk gardens was the house sparrow.

The next most common birds were the blackbird, starling, woodpigeon, blue tit, gold finch, collared dove, long-tailed tit, green tit and chaffinch.

But which is your favourite out of the ten?

Vote in our poll and let us know!

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Goldfinches visiting my garden in Watton. Photo: Liz Murton

Goldfinches visiting my garden in Watton. Photo: Liz Murton - Credit: Liz Murton


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Goldfinch at Cley marsh. Picture: David Thacker

Goldfinch at Cley marsh. Picture: David Thacker - Credit: david thacker

A chaffinch at Corners Nurseries at Hoe. Picture: Matthew Usher.

A chaffinch at Corners Nurseries at Hoe. Picture: Matthew Usher. - Credit: Matthew Usher

A beautiful female Blackbird. Picture: Anne Marks

A beautiful female Blackbird. Picture: Anne Marks - Credit: citizenside.com

A Collared dove. Picture: RICHARD WOODHOUSE.

A Collared dove. Picture: RICHARD WOODHOUSE. - Credit: citizenside.com

A great tit. . Picture: Julie Kemp

A great tit. . Picture: Julie Kemp - Credit: Julie Kemp

A long tailed tit at Lakenheath fen. Picture: Matthew Last

A long tailed tit at Lakenheath fen. Picture: Matthew Last - Credit: Matthew Last

This little Blue Tit looking its best as it nears the breeding season.

This little Blue Tit looking its best as it nears the breeding season. - Credit: BRIAN SHREEVE

 Not enough room for two in the bird bath.

Not enough room for two in the bird bath. - Credit: citizenside.com

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