Big Garden Birdwatch is the biggest wildlife survey in the world!
You can take part on your own or as a family, and you can even take part in your local park if you don't have a garden. To get involved, just pick an hour over 25-26 January 2014 and tell us what you see. It couldn't be easier!
In January we'll be launching our brand new Big Garden Birdwatch website. And new for 2014 you'll be able to record the birds as you see them directly on your laptop, tablet or smartphone with our online bird counting tool. Just start the timer and once your hour is up all you need do is press submit to send us your results.
You can, of course, still take part with pen and paper and then enter your results via computer in the usual way.
Sadly, it's not just birds that are in trouble; almost half our hedgehogs have disappeared in the last 25 years. Which is why this year we'll also be asking you how often you see other wildlife such as badgers, squirrels and toads in your garden or local park.
Get your friends and family involved by telling everyone you're taking part and join the conversation using #birdwatch.
Check out what made the top 10 in 2013
1. House sparrow
3. Blue tit
7. Great tit
10. Collared dove
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