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  • Eurasian Coots
    All-black and larger than its cousin, the moorhen, it has a distinctive white beak and 'shield' above the beak which earns it the title 'bald'. Its feet have distinctive lobed flaps of skin on the toes, which act instead of webs when swimming. It patters noisily over the water before taking off and can be very aggressive towards others.
    Pagham Harbour
  • Song Sparrow
    Description to come soon!
    USA
  • Greater Flamingo
    Description to come soon!
    WWT Slimbridge
  • Eurasian Teal
    Description to come soon!
    Pagham Harbor
  • Common Scoter
    Description to come soon!
    WWT Arundel
  • Black-tailed Godwit
    Description to come soon!
    Pagham Harbor
  • Baers Pochard
    Description to come soon!
    WWT Arundel
  • Jackdaw
    Description to come soon!
    Cosmeston Lakes
  • Chilean Flamingos
    Description to come soon!
    WWT Slimbridge
  • Atlantic Puffin
    Description to come soon!
    Skomer Island
  • Eurasian Siskin
    The eurasian siskin is a small finch, easily identified by its vividly yellow colors. It has a distinctly forked tail and a long narrow finch bill. </br></br>It is mainly resident from southern England to northern Scotland, but in larger numbers in Scotland and Wales. You can see this bird in much of the UK, but for England, where it becomes more common in winter.  We also get  birds arriving here from Europe. Look for these at the tops of trees in suitable habitat, more readily found in Scotland and Wales, where they are fairly common. </br>
    Wyllie
  • Great Cormorant
    The Great Cormorant is a very large black bird. With a longish tail and yellow throat patch, the adults have white thigh patches in the breeding season. It can be distinguished from the very similar Shag by its lack of green tinge and lack of crest. An extremely wide spread bird, its breeding range extends all over europe and asia, south across africa, to the atlantic coast of North America.
    Pagham Harbour
  • Harlequin Duck
    Description to come soon!
    WWT Arundel
  • European Wigeons
    Description to come soon!
    WWT Arundel
  • Rose-breasted Grosbeak
    Description to come soon!
    Minnesota, USA
  • Lesser Black-backed Gull
    Description to come soon!
    North Berwick
  • Caribbean Flamingos
    Description to come soon!
    WWT Swansea
  • Common Redstart
    Redstarts are immediately identifiable by their bright orange-red tails, which they often quiver. Breeding males look smart, with slate grey upper parts, black faces and wings, and an orange rump and chest. Females and young are duller. Redstarts 'bob' in a very robin-like manner, but spend little time at ground level. It is included on the Amber List as species with unfavourable conservation status in Europe where it is declining.
    Scotland
  • Chestnut Teal
    Description to come soon!
    WWT Swansea
  • Cettis Warbler
    Description to come soon!
    Pagham Harbor
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Latest Updates
10-Oct-2015 New sort option "Date Added" now available to show latest additions. E.g. Birds
13-Jun-2015 Wildlife photos from our first visit to the Republic of Ireland added
03-Oct-2014 Blog replaced with Favourites page
01-Jan-2014 Visit to Forest Farm pics added
01-Jan-2014 Norfolk pics Added
01-Jan-2014 Minnesota 2013 pics Added
20-June-2013 Animals from Berwick upon Tweed & Scotland 2013 Trip Added
20-June-2013 Birds from Berwick upon Tweed & Scotland Trip Added
02-Apr-2013 Pagham Harbor 2013 Trip Added