Yes - this weekend it's the Big Garden Birdwatch. So grab yourself a breakfast coffee, croissant (binocs and bird ID book if you have them) and spend an hour looking the the window. You might be surprised how many species visit your garden.
Many birds will, of course, come to your feeders if you have them. But keep scanning hedge bottoms etc for ground feeders such as the dunnock. And, if you have a lattice fence, watch that too in case a wren appears looking for spiders and tiny insects living therein. Keep your eyes roving over tree trunks for treecreepers and look along branches for nuthatch and woodpeckers. If you have pines or conifers, you might be lucky enough to find tiny goldcrest there.
Open your window to listen for calls that indicate birds you might otherwise miss. Can you hear a song thrush smashing a snail shell?
Count how many of each species you see at one time and submit your results to www.rspb.org.uk/birdwatch And just as importantly - enjoy it!
Images copied from the RSPB website