12 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.
Aquatic Warblers are rare but regular passage migrants to northwest Europe in the autumn.
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.
The bearded tit, also known by is more accurate name of Bearded Reedling is an extremely localised bird found predominantly in reedbeds.
Ducks, geese and swans
Winter visitors to the UK, formerly considered a full species, but now considered a sub-species of the Tundra Swan.
Herons, storks and ibises
One of the rarest breeding birds in the UK, a secretive and difficult to see member of the heron family.
One of the larger members of the grouse family with seven sub-species, the black grouse, whilst categorised as vulnerable within Europe, is stable throughout its Asian areas of occupation.
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