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Birds
These are some of the birds you might see on the common. Clic on the name to go to the RSPB's website for more information.
Blue Tit
One of our most familar and common birds. You could see it anywhere from your garden to the remotest Scotish islands.

It is very frequently found in all areas of the common and can be seen all the year round.
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Willow Warbler
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Hartlebury Common is one of the best place in the area to see (or hear) a Willow Warbler. It is a summer visitor and can be seen from April to September. It is practically indistinguishable from the Chiffchaff and is best identified by a totally different song. Listen to the songs here on the British Trust for Ornothology website.
For a map of Hartlebury Common showing compartments  click here