Where to see them
Records of serin have almost entirely been from southern and eastern England, but they have never been present in large numbers.
When to see them
Most records are in April and May, although it has been recorded in the UK in all months.
What they eat
Seeds, buds and small invertebrates.
|Europe||UK breeding*||UK wintering*||UK passage*|
|-||1-2 pairs annually (average)||-||-|