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Name a bird for each letter of the alphabet- (1 Viewer)

Fieldfare on the basis of while it may be common during the winter, only a few confirmed instances of breeding in Northern England and Scotland
K - Knot - one of the more unusual passage/wintering waders down in Cornwall (unlike elsewhere in the county where you can get flocks of 1000s)
L-Lapwing again seen a few times flying over the house and garden although it has been many years since I've seen any,sign of the times.
M- Montagu’s harriers

I once volunteered at a reserve and was told about some possibly breeding at the reserve. About as specific as I can get.
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Since no-one else has posted it ...

Q - Quail. Think that is self-explanatory ... former breeder and rare passage migrant at least.

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