A cosy weekend at home for The Big Garden Birdwatch

News at Waterfords | 16/01/2019


This weekend (26th to 28th January) is the 'RSPB’s Big Garden Watch', an event which encourages the public to take part in an annual survey of birds to monitor specifies that are thriving or in decline. 

Our love of the nation’s birds has inspired both street and home names across England and Wales. 'Robin' was the most commonly featured bird in addresses for homes sold in 2017 and 2018 at 1,670 sales. However, it is addresses incorporating the names ‘wren’, followed by ‘gull’ and ‘magpie’ which have commanded the highest values, with premiums over other popular bird names. 

We decided to grab our binoculars and do some bird watching in the local area. Waterfords Fleet Branch discovered that the village of Ewshot, nestled between Farnham and Fleet, has a whole flock of feathered addresses!

 

Magpie Close

Partridge Close

Nightjar Close

Woodpecker Close

Sparrowhawk Close

Kestrel Close

Nuthatch Close

 

About Ewshot (GU10 5) Property Market

Over the last 12 full months there have been 70 sales in Ewshot. This is a 4% change on the previous 12 month period. The average sales price for all property types was £612,041. The highest value recorded by the Land Registry over the past 12 months was £222,500 for a flat and £2,300,000 for a house.

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Take park in the RSPB’s Big Garden Watch this weekend

Joining in with Big Garden Birdwatch is easy and a great excuse to put your feet up over the weekend while watching your garden birds.

All you need is a nice cup of tea (and maybe your favourite biscuits!) and somewhere to jot down what you see in the garden. If you haven’t got a garden than that’s fine, you could head down to one of the many local parks and green spaces around our local area. We’ve listed a few for you:

Fleet Pond Nature Reserve

Farnham Park

Yateley Common

Chobham Common

Windsor Great Park