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Birds of Britain

Cuckoo

A familiar summer visitor, Cuckoos are found across Europe from early April to mid September. Cuckoos frequent a wide variety of habitats, from woods to…

The Starling

The Starling is a familiar bird common across western and northern Europe. Starlings are widespread breeders throughout the continent, from northern…

The Long-tailed Tit

The Long-tailed Tit is a delicious little bird which is found commonly across Europe. As well as wooded gardens, Long-tailed Tits tend to favour woodland…

The Robin

The Robin is without doubt one of the most popular of all garden birds, and with its plump, rotund shape, red breast and the male’s delightful song the Robin…

The Great Tit

The Great Tit is an instantly familiar garden bird which is common throughout Europe. A real lover of the garden habitat, it is one of the most regular visitors…

The Blue Tit

The Blue Tit is a characteristic small, active little tit which is commonly found throughout Europe. It has adapted well to man’s influence, and is seen in…

The Jay

The Jay is without doubt the most colourful and most spectacular member of the crow family to be found in northern Europe. The bird has a widespread…

The Dunnock

The Dunnock is a rather dark, fairly shy and retiring garden bird which is very common throughout Europe. Its favoured habitat is anything which is vaguely…

The Goldcrest

The Goldcrest is a tiny round ball of feathers, and is the smallest bird to be found in Europe. Goldcrests are widespread across Britain and much of Europe…

The Kingfisher

The Kingfisher is an instantly recognisable bird, commonly found across most of Britain and Europe. Despite favouring more secluded waterways, Kingfishers can…

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