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Résultat de recherche d'images pour "bergeronnette"

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Vogel foto: Motacilla alba / Witte Kwikstaart / White Wagtail

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Witte kwikstaart

It's very strange but I always see these birds on the car park at my local shopping centre. They are such lovely birds to be in such a man made environment.

Pied Wagtail.

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Pied Wagtail <3 (photo by Steve Round). When I was down at uni in Crewe I used to see two of these strutting around the town centre. They brightened up my day.

Pied Wagtail (photo by Steve Round). When I was down at uni in Crewe I used to see two of these strutting around the town centre. They brightened up my day.

Mallerenga petita - Carbonero garrapinos - Periparus ater - Coal Tit

Another bird listed on the rspb great british bird watch this year in our garden.

Woodpigeon- Lots of them around us but they don't often come in the garden. We see flocks of them grazing in the fields around us.

Columba palumbus - Common Wood Pigeon -- their gentle cooing makes me think of summer, and lazy days and home.

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Sprightly and skittish, the pied wagtail is constantly in motion, from its jerky walk to its constantly wagging tail.

Laulurastas Song Thrush of the UK and Ireland The Song Thrush is one of the most familiar and popular song birds of the UK and Ireland. Gardeners are particularly fond of them because they eat garden pests such as snails. Sadly they are not as common as they once were in Britain although the population appears to be fairly stable in the Republic of Ireland. These birds are also known as the European Song Thrush, "mavis" , the thrusher and the throstle.

Song thrushes like a garden with plenty of worms, snails and berries like currants and elderberries.

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