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Hello all! I live in Berkshire, England and have lots of birds on my lawn, mostly blackbirds and blue tits. I've spotted a lone bird that is bigger than all the others and doesn't seem to fly much, just walk with long legs across the grass. It seems to be the only one of its kind and I wa View attachment 20220204_094832.mp4 s hoping you could help me identify it. 20220204_094913.jpg 20220204_094910.jpg


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Welcome to Birdforum. I hope you enjoy your visits.

Lovely to have a moorhen visiting your garden.

delia todd

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Hi Noahjames and a warm welcome from all the Staff and Moderators.

Here's our Opus article on the Common Moorhen: Common Moorhen - BirdForum Opus. When you get a chance, try to get a look at their feet - you'll be surprised at how long their toes are.

I'm sure you will enjoy it here and I look forward to hearing your news.

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