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Published at 9:05am 6th January 2015.

It's a New Year with New Resolutions and we're being offered the chance to take up a new hobby as well.

The RSPB are running several free courses across Dorset to help those of us thinking about starting birdwatching figure out which birds are which.

Luke Phillips from RSPB Arne Nature Reserve said; 'We've run courses in previous years and they've proved very popular."

"We start with the real basics so people attending really don't need to know anything before we start. It's aimed at complete beginners."  

"All you need is a love for the outdoors and the willingness to learn about some of Britain's favourite wildlife.'

Courses are being held in Weymouth and at the RSPB's Arne nature near Wareham on Friday 16th January and run for three consecutive Fridays.

Two courses are being run in Weymouth, one on three consecutive Mondays starting on 19th January and another on three consecutive Thursdays starting 5th February.  

Sessions start at 10am and will run for a couple of hours.

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