reed bunting


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Synonyms for reed bunting

European bunting inhabiting marshy areas

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He said the reed bunting - normally found in marshes - had simply flown through a hole in his aviary in search of food and he had not encouraged it to leave.
The 100-acre site - a mix of woods, grassland and wetland - is home to a host of nesting birds, including teal, reed bunting and buzzards.
We have choughs, reed bunting, and quite a lot of skylarks.
Originally a salt marsh, but cut off from the sea in 1888 by a slag wall, it has survived as a freshwater marsh for teal, widgeon, kingfisher, reed bunting, little egret, shoveler, black winged stilt and others.
Tree Sparrow, down to 89 per cent; Reed Bunting, 61 per cent; Grey Partridge, 82 per cent; Skylark, 58 per cent; Turtle Dove, 77 per cent; Linnet, 52 per cent; Bullfinch, 76 per cent; Swallow, 43 per cent; Song Thrush, 73 per cent; Blackbird, 42 per cent; Lapwing, 62 per cent; Starling, 23 per cent.
Whitehouse Farm provides a foraging habitat for many of the species found at Gosforth Park, including otters and reed bunting.
Many of the species that I highlighted in my book as in decline, namely the grey partridge, little owl, lesser spotted woodpecker, lesser whitethroat, pied flycatcher, redstart, reed bunting, spotted flycatcher, turtle dove, whinchat, willow tit and yellow wagtail, now appear to be absent - 12 species lost
FARMLAND birds such as yellowhammer and reed bunting could be facing food shortages at the beginning of the breeding season because of the early ploughing of fields, conservationists warned.
Goat kids Hop, Henna, Peach, Snow Bunting, Reed Bunting, Lemon and Lime are all cute additions to the Hillfields farm, weighing in last week.
It's a rich source of food during the long winter months for a host of farmland birds such as yellowhammer, reed bunting and tree sparrows, birds that are all now on the RSPB's red or amber Birds of Conservation Concern lists.
Giles Cannock, speaking for the authority, said the site supported around six bird species, including Skylark, Lapwing and Reed Bunting, which would be at risk.
Water view: Cruising in the Reed Bunting narrow boat (inset left) on the Trent and Mersey Canal through Cheshire Luxury: The plush interior of the narrow boat leaves you short of nothing
Some seasonal flooding still attracts birds, like mallard, moorhen, curlew, redshank, snipe, and lapwing, which join yellow wagtail, partridge, sedge warbler and reed bunting.
It is hoped the new wildlife haven, next to the River Leam off Willes Road, will include breeding sites for European otters, water vole, reed bunting and water birds.
Common reed has been planted in the lagoons to attract birds such as reed bunting and warbler.