Wildlife in Henbury - Survey

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Buzzard

We know that many Henbury residents are interested in the wildlife around the village.

This week a local resident on Andertons Lane reported that they had a buzzard feeding from one of their bird feeders. "I have seen them in the trees adjoining the fields but never this close".

So we thought we might try and find out a bit more about our local wildlife.

Please take a couple of minutes to complete and submit our survey below, and we'll let you know what results we get!

If you have any questions please email editor@henbury.org

Henbury wildlife mini survey

For all questions we are just interested in the local Henbury area. Either in your own garden or around the village.

Thank you for taking part.

What wildlife do you see regularly around Henbury?

tickboxRabbits

tickboxSquirrels

tickboxFoxes

tickboxHedgehogs

tickboxOther

If other, please list here

Which birds do you see frequently?

The most unusual wildlife creature you've seen?

What's your favourite wildlife visitor?

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