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COVID-19 Update: This project will be relaunched on 1st September 2020

We are really excited to launch this public poll to find Birmingham's Favourite Birds, as part of the city's Art4Nature project.

If you live, work or study in Birmingham, you can vote for your favourite bird from the following nominated species:

Birminghams Favourite Birds 1

Birminghams Favourite Birds 2

 

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To be eligible to vote you must live, work or study in one of the following Birmingham constituencies:

Edgbaston

Erdington

Hall Green

Hodge Hill

Ladywood

Northfield

Perry Barr

Selly Oak

Sutton Coldfield

Yardley

Only one vote is allowed per email address.

If your favourite bird does not feature in the above nominations, but occurs regularly in Birmingham you can vote for it by selecting "other" in the list and inserting the name of the bird species.

You can vote here. Voting will close on 30th April 2020.

The city's favourite 10 birds will feature on a commemorative series of artwork, created by Steve Lilly, as part of the Art4Nature project.

Please share this poll with your family and friends who live, work or study in the city.

If you would like to receive the results of this poll, get involved in the Art4Nature project or find out how you can help protect Birmingham's green spaces and nature, by taking simple actions, email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

If you love Birmingham's bird life, you may wish to consider becoming a member of the West Midland Bird Club (WMBC).

If you want to help protect Birmingham's open spaces, you can find your local community group by visiting the Birmingham Open Spaces Forum (BOSF) website.

If you love taking photos of Birmingham's open spaces and wildlife, you can find out about competitions, Jessops acadamy, photo walks, projects and workshops by viewing the community wall at Jessops on Temple Row, Birmingham, which will be installed soon.

The organisers are grateful to Glen Kirby (WMBC Education Officer), members of the West Midland Bird Club and the Twitter community for providing the wonderful photographs for this poll.

Thank you for your interest in Birmingham's nature, which provides happiness, health and wellbeing to all who live and work in this wonderful city!

You can download Birmingham's Favourite Bird Poll by clicking on the image below:

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