goldcrest


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  • noun

Synonyms for goldcrest

European kinglet with a black-bordered yellow crown patch

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TINY goldcrests are arriving from Scandinavia to escape the bitter northern winter.
HDFEST High-Definition screenings and panels will be in New York at the Goldcrest Post Screening Room, 799 Washington Street on September 30th and October 1st.
December 2014, Goldcrest has continued to position itself for a planned
In winter some goldcrests migrate from Scandinavia to Britain and after crossing the North Sea, up to 30 were found roosting at night on the side of the tower on Brownsman Island , huddled in small clusters to keep warm.
However, can I add that in olden times (even before I was a teenager) I believe the goldcrest was sometimes known as the golden crested wren.
Their overall colour is also richer than that of a goldcrest and their crown stripe is fiery-red compared to yellow on a goldcrest.
Tim Pearson, managing director of Goldcrest, said: "This is a very exciting deal for the company.
30pm at Bernicia House, The Waterfront, Goldcrest Way, Newburn Riverside, Newcastle.
The young musicians played 10th out of 11 competing bands and the band's programme included two Peter Meechan compositions, Fanfare For A Festival and Apex, a cornet solo featuring Joe Murray; Volero, the march, Goldcrest, Irish Blessing and concluding with The Can Can.
Managing director at Goldcrest Cleaning, Tim Pearson, bought the 30-acre piece of land for wine production in Walker Bay 50 miles east of Cape Town, following an exploratory visit late last year.
There have been several deaths, including a greenfinch and a goldcrest, since Great Glen House opened for business in Inverness two months ago.
Aluma Systems also has begun working on the Goldcrest Tower in Dubai, which followed its work on the Doha City Center.
Draw for Sunday's pounds 7,500 final: 1 Goldcrest King, 2 Kengyelfluto Snow, 3 Lenson Bolt (m), 4 Deanridge Flash (m), 5 Spruce Storm (m), 6 Carden Bert (w).
THE tiny goldcrest - which weighs less than a 10p coin - and the great spotted woodpecker are just two of the birds that have been flourishing in the West Midlands according to a new survey.
On Thursday the North East Strategic Health Authority, which oversees NHS services in the region, will hold the meeting at 2pm in Riverside House, Goldcrest Way, Newburn Riverside, Newcastle.