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Nuthatch (Scientific Name: Sitta)

The Nuthatch constitutes a genius, Sitta, of small passerine birds belonging to the family Sillidae. With large heads and small tails these colourful little birds have both powerful feets and bills. Nuthatches will often advertise their territory using a loud but single call. They can be easily identified by theirgrey/bluish underparts and black eye stripe. Nuthatches diet consists mostly of insect nuts and seeds.

NUTHATCH P4M
NUTHATCH P4M

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Nuthatch 1 04.09.2021
Nuthatch 1 04.09.2021

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Nuthatch 21082021
Nuthatch 21082021

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NUTHATCH P4M

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Northern Wheatear (Scientific Name: Oenanthe oenanthe)

The Northern Wheater is a small passerine bird that was formerly classed as a member of the thrush family but is now considered to be a Old World Flycatcher.
Northern Wheatears breed when the are 1 year old and the next is entirely built by the while while the males will often pirch nearby and sing. Both sexes have a white rump and tail with a black inverted T-pattern at the end of the tail.

 

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NW1

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NW2

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Wheatear1 18.042021
Wheatear1 18.042021

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NW1

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Java Sparrow (Scientific Name: Padda oryzivora)

The Java Sparrow is also known as a Java Finch,Jave Rice Sparrow or just Java rice bird. It is a resident breeding bird in Java, Bali and Bawean in Indonesia.
This colourful bird is about 15cm-17cm from Beak to tail tip.
The Java Sparrows maind feed on grain and other type of seeds. They became a best in rice fiends which is why it was given the name "Rice Bird".
They next in trees or buildings and can have up to 8 eggs at a time.

 

Java Sparrow 5
Java Sparrow 5

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Java Sparrow 2
Java Sparrow 2

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Java Sparrow 4
Java Sparrow 4

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Java Sparrow 5

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Mistle ThrushScientific name: Turdus viscivorus  


The mistle thrush (Turdus viscivorus) is a bird common to much of Europe and North Africa. It is a year-round resident in a large part of its range, but northern and eastern populations mirate south for the winter, often in small flocks. It is a large thrush with pale grey-brown upper parts, a greyish-white chin and throat, and black spots on its pale yellow and off-white under parts. The sexes have very similar in markings.

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