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  • NannyGreen
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    Oooh thanks for the picture peanut that is a lot clearer than the leaflet from the RSPB. Maybe I don't have any dunnocks visiting then as I didn't think they had that many markings, birds I have seen are mostly beigy brown with a few streaks over the wings.
    Last edited by NannyGreen; 24-03-2021, 02:04 PM.

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  • Snoop Puss
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    Thanks, Nicos. And for the other thread. Looks like we have dunnocks. Lots...

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  • Nicos
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    Nice piccie peanut!

    I've just created an ID thread and added this thread to it.
    I'm another one who didn't have a clue

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  • peanut
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    Here is a Dunnock NannyGreen

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  • NannyGreen
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    Thank you peanut wish I had you when I was doing my Birdwatch

    Bit disappointed as I am sure there are dunnocks out there but happy the sparrows have found the nesting material I put out.

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  • peanut
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    It's a Female House Sparrow.

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  • NannyGreen
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    Name that bird in one

    I am really rubbish at deciding which sparrow I have, tree, house or Dunnock. I expect I am the Big Birdwatch nightmare contributor

    I keep seeing this/these bird/s at my hedge feeder and thought they might be Dunnock? Any thoughts?

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