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Synonyms for fieldfare

medium-sized Eurasian thrush seen chiefly in winter

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The FieldFare Trust director, Andrew Johnson, told the Independent, 'It's a positive move because it means that even the most rugged landscapes can provide some accessibility for people of all abilities.
The fieldfare is unusual among smaller birds in that it is a colonial nester.
During that intervening period when the DDA was evolving there were nevertheless some major developments in opening up the great outdoors to disabled people, not least of all through the establishment of the Fieldfare Trust in the mid eighties.
Khalid Bakkar, 36, of Fieldfare Drive, St Mellons, Cardiff, was fined pounds 150 and given six penalty points for driving without insurance.
But Giles Loder persevered, and at the age of 15 Fieldfare produced Winged Foot (by Big Game), third in an Irish 1,000 Guineas.
The survey also shows a rise in fieldfare PECKISH: Blackcap sightings.
Located off a private lane from Fieldfare Lane, the home offers generously proportioned accommodation throughout, including an entrance vestibule, hallway, cloakroom/WC, lounge, dining room, family room, kitchen/snug, utility room, a family bathroom and the five bedrooms; two with en suites.
Some larger flocks of birds that arrive include the redwing and the fieldfare species of the thrush family who settle in the area after a long journey from icy eastern Europe.
The Fieldfare Trust, who work to help disabled people get into the countryside, say there are accessible routes on parts of 3547ft Schiehallion - despite its "rugged terrain".
The flower buds, leaf buds and fruit can be important for birds such as bullfinch, and winter thrushes such as fieldfare and redwing.
Elsewhere, the first fieldfare of the season have been spotted, kingfisher and otter are making regular appearances at the Window on the Wear viewing platform and some of the exotic collection birds - who don't follow native breeding patterns - are pairing up and preparing to start families.
A TEAM of Formby teenagers have been pipped at the post at the grand final of the national outdoor adventure competition, the Fieldfare Kielder Challenge.
The 36-year-old from St Mellons recently witnessed an off-road motorbike narrowly missing a child on the stretch of land between Fieldfare Drive and Jasmine Drive.
Blue tits and winter visitors such as fieldfare are also in danger as temperatures soar.