Strange that, I have noticed a decline in Wagtail numbers and an increase in Sparrow numbers .
Now you've gone and done it!!Well I learned something today. I meet a bloke on the seafront occasionally who is a real expert, he does the British Trust for Ornithology surveys for our area. He was about this morning and we got talking about wagtails. The most common in the UK is the pied wagtail:-
Over the past few years I've been seeing rather paler examples that I took to be white wagtails, then decided I was imagining things and they were juveniles. However, it turns out I was right and they are the white version:-
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Which are commoner on the Continent. Despite Brexit these foreigners continue to enter the country without permission. Disgraceful.....
Striated Caracaras, the Falkland Islands' Most Mischievous Raptor