bluethroat

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Synonyms for bluethroat

songbird of northern Europe and Asia

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They can witness the spectacle of thousands of wild Arctic geese feeding around the loch and now they have a chance to see the December blue-throat as well.
Every spring a few blue-throats, which are close relatives of Britain's own native robins, are seen on British coasts.
Dr Paul Walton for the RSPB in Scotland, said: "To find a blue-throat on our reserve in May or June would have been thrilling but this bird has decided to spend winter here, which is quite unique.
Dr Paul Walton, species and habitats officer for RSPB Scotland, said: "To find a blue-throat on our reserve in May or June would have been thrilling enough, but this bird has decided to spend winter here, which is quite unique.
Every spring a few blue-throats, which are close relatives of our own native red-breasted robins, are seen on British coasts.