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    Robin or flycatcher with yellow below

    Yes, its not good, its the price of modern farming etc. "When I were a lad" used to see flocks of 10s almost in central Manchester (Chorlton Meadows - 4m south of the actual centre) as well as Grey Partridges and some breeding Grasshopper Warblers - it was my local patch. None of that nowadays...
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    Robin or flycatcher with yellow below

    Shame! Moral of the story; next time your better half sees an unusual bird get even a crappy piccy on the mobile ;) Its very hard to convey birds seen and not identified, even for birders often. A recurring example are "yellow" Corn Buntings. loads of them! Of course they are in fact bright...