The Blue Tit is one of our most familiar garden birds, and now you've got the chance to see how they raise their young. These delightful birds typically lay between seven and nine eggs, with laying normally starting in late March, although some individuals may not do so until July.

As small birds, Blue Tits' incubation time is relatively short at around two weeks, and chicks are normally fledged within three weeks of hatching. You can help your local BlueTits raise their young this spring by providing them with a combination of seeds, peanuts and live food.

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We’re delighted to be able to bring these lovely wildlife moments to our followers, thanks to the Beleef de Lente Project, courtesy of Vogelbescherming Nederland – hence why you may notice a few multilingual messages appear on occasion!

All the feeders, food and poles that feature on our webcam are provided by us, for wildlife. If anything takes your fancy, have a browse below…

Bring the action into your own garden!