I forgot to add that this year we have a regular visitor, a male blackbird but he has a white head and he does look strange, does this happen a lot? What bueatifully photographs, it has allowed me to clearly recognise the photos of the birds I have seen im my garden before and those that still are adfter the neighbour got rid of the beautiful coniferous tree that was on the edge of their garden and mine. Male has deep blue hood and upperparts; rusty red breast and crescent mark across upper back; white belly. Frontal shield has red swelling at upper edge, visible at close range. After a few days, the female leaves the young with the male; the young feed themselves. Passeriformes: House Wren.
However, it is suspected that the harm to crops is offset by the service the American Crow provides by eating insect pests. Passeriformes: House Wren. Female gray tinged with dull green, brightest on rump. Brilliant catalouge of british birds Very well laid out and very informative. Small brown bird, blends in with forest floor. Some of the range maps do not follow this color code, but it is not difficult to decode them. The high angular shape of the head and white ring on bill distinguish this bird from the scaup.
British birds Photo Gallery by Gary Martin at fjord.info
A brownish-gray dove with blackish wings that have a broad diagonal white bar; rounded tail has whitish corners noticeable in flight. Thursday 16th August , Black mark between eyes and beak. The nest, though it is seldom that any nest material is used, is usually in a hole in a tree, a crack in a rock face, or in a rabbit burrow, but the bird also nests in ivy, or in the thick growth round the boles of linden trees. Those colors are offset with green and blue on their tail and flight feathers.
The adult female is grey with a pale throat and fine streaking on the underparts. British birds Images of British birds that I've managed to photograph. An immature Bald Eagle has speckled brown plumage, the distinctive white head and body developing years later, before sexual maturity. Charadriiformes: Greater Yellowlegs. Our most familiar swallow, and the only one with a deeply forked tail. Young birds mottled brown, paler than young Herring Gulls, with blackish tail band and flesh-colored legs.