16 birds found
A medium-sized member of the crow family that breeds at high altitudes. It is also referred to as the Yellow-billed Chough.
Breeding throughout mountainous regions of southern Europe and across to the Himalayas these birds are migratory, overwintering in southern Africa or central India. Worldwide, there are a total of ten subspecies from the nominate species, apus melba.
Aquatic Warblers are rare but regular passage migrants to northwest Europe in the autumn.
The Arctic Skua, also known as the Parasitic Jaeger, is a medium-sized seabird well known for its aggressive nature.
Avocets and stilts
A conservation success story reintroduced this elegant wading bird back to our shores after the second World War.
The most widespread owl species, Barn Owls occur as 32 subspecies on every continent except Antarctica.
Ducks, geese and swans
A highly sociable and unmistakable member of the goose family, often seen and heard flying in long, noisy packs and lines.
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