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Garden in the Snow

Pied Wagtail
A Pied Wagtail
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During the cold spell and snow at the start of 2010 various birds came into the garden looking for food and these were the most regular visitors. There has also been a Wren but I was unable to get a photo of it as it was too easily startled. We also regularly have Blue Tits, Great Tits, Starlings and Sparrows.


Pied Wagtail in the snow
A Pied Wagtail in the snow [Latin: Motacilla alba]
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Female Blackbird
A Female Blackbird [Latin: Turdus merula]
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Coal Tit
A Coal Tit [Latin: Periparus ater]
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Dunnock
A Dunnock [Latin: Prunella modularis]
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Robin
A Robin [Latin: Erithacus rubecula]
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Collared Dove
A Collared Dove [Latin: Streptopelia decaocto]
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A pair of Collared Doves
A pair of Collared Doves
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Woodpigeon
A Woodpigeon [Latin: Columba palumbus]
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A pair of Woodpigeons
A pair of Woodpigeons
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House Sparrow (Male)
House Sparrow (Male) [Latin: Passer domesticus]
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House Sparrow (Female)
House Sparrow (Female) [Latin: Passer domesticus]
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