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UK Nature > Birds

Blackbird
Turdus merula

Blue Tit
Parus caeruleus

Canada Goose
Branta canadensis

Carrion Crow
Corvus corone

Chaffinch
Fringilla coelebs

Coal Tit
Parus ater

Collared Dove
Streptopelia decaocto

Common Tern
Sterna hirundo

Coot
Fulica atra

Dunnock
Prunella modularis

Feral Pigeon
Columba livia

Goldfinch
Carduelis carduelis

Great Black-
backed Gull
Larus marinus

Great Crested Grebe
Podiceps cristatus

Great Tit
Parus major

Greenfinch
Carduelis chloris

Grey Heron
Ardea cinerea

Greylag Goose
Anser anser

Herring Gull
Larus argentatus

House Sparrow
Passer domesticus

Jackdaw
Corvus monedula

Little Tern
Sternula albifrons

Long-Tailed Tit
Aegithalos caudatus

Magpie
Pica pica

Mallard
Anas platyrhynchos

Moorhen
Gallinula chloropus

Mute Swan
Cygnus olor

Nuthatch
Sitta europaea

Pied Wagtail
Motacilla alba

Robin
Erithacus rubecula

Sandwich Tern
Sterna sandvicensis

Song Thrush
Turdus philomelos

Sparrowhawk
Accipiter nisus

Starling
Sturnus vulgaris

Tree Sparrow
Passer montanus

Tufted Duck
Aythya fuligula

Turnstone
Arenaria interpres

Woodpigeon
Columba palumbus


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