Saw loads of starlings but in the flock were the odd one or two Fieldfares.
From RSPB site:Fieldfares are large, colourful thrushes, much like a mistle thrush in general size, shape and behaviour. 58 more words
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Turnstones have a mottled appearance with brown or chestnut and black upperparts and brown and white or black and white head pattern, whilst their underparts are white and legs orange. 24 more words
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Smaller than blackbirds, with a short tail, pointed head, triangular wings, starlings look black at a distance but when seen closer they are very glossy with a sheen of purples and greens. 15 more words
Stonechats are robin sized birds. Males have striking black heads with white around the side of their neck, orange-red breasts and a mottled brown back. 31 more words
Never been ableto get close to one this year, but it still counts for no 70.
A familiar sight with its pointed wings and long tail, hovering beside a roadside verge. 55 more words
Noisy and gregarious, these cheerful exploiters of man’s rubbish and wastefulness, have managed to colonise most of the world
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Many Egrets can be seen on site, this Little Egret wasjust one of five seen that day.
The little egret is a small white heron with attractive white plumes on crest, back and chest, black legs and bill and yellow feet. 47 more words