redstart


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Synonyms for redstart

flycatching warbler of eastern North America the male having bright orange on sides and wings and tail

European songbird with a reddish breast and tail

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Black Redstarts are at Amlwch and South Stack, where the RSPB has closed its visitor centre due to a ceiling collapse after last week's storm.
Rebecca is the owner and founder of Redstart Creative.
OUR Cleveland coast hosted a large fall of small robin-like birds called black redstarts last week.
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Peregrine falcons and black redstarts are among them, and both have been known to enjoy a city break in Birmingham.
Record-officers have not received a single sighting of the elusive black redstart, a summer visitor that should have returned to its city breeding grounds by the end of last month.
THE ABER VALLEY, NEAR BANGOR *of home soil enclosed on all sides by the this is a good place to see woodland birds flycatcher, the redstart and the wood warbler.
Redcurrants are similarly reliable and yield up to 20 lb a bush: Rovada, Red Lake and vigorous Redstart are the pick of the bunch.
I was particularly interested to learn that urban renewal has had a deleterious effect on populations of the black redstart. It seems that these birds actually prefer degraded brownfield sites.
When pursued by a redstart, however, the insects are confused by the bird's pronounced, flashy tail.
Females of each race lay a distinctive egg type that tends to match the host's eggs, for instance, brown and spotted for meadow pipit hosts or plain blue for redstart hosts, the report said.
This means a tiny sample of blood from a redstart on its breeding ground can reveal where the bird spent the winter months: in lush mangrove forests or the dry scrub woodlands.
Because of his fierce red-orange hair, which he hated and threatened to dye, and did, on more than one occasion, leaving the half-look of his head strangely mottled, as if he had survived scarlet fever, which, in his embarrassment, he sometimes claimed he had, and because he spoke and acted with a certain insect abruptness yet showiness in spite of his childish size, more diminutive each year, and because Timothy is a grass, Tim the diminution, he's become an American Redstart, demonstrative at the tiptop of branches, che-wee, che-wee, che-wee.
To our knowledge, these Redstart data provide the only documentation of differential weight loss by habitat in wintering migrant landbirds.
| Other recent sightings on Anglesey include Long-tailed Duck and Great Northern Diver on the Inland Sea, and a Black Redstart and Snow Bunting at RSPB South Stack.