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ZEISS. Discover the fascinating world of birds, and win a birding trip to Columbia

Penorchard Meadow & St Kenelm's Church (1 Viewer)

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Barn Owl*
Black-Headed Gull*
Blackbird*
Blackcap*
Blue Tit*
Bullfinch*
Buzzard*
Canada Goose*
Carrion Crow*
Chaffinch*
Chiffchaff*
Coal Tit*
Collared Dove*
Common Swift*
Continental Goldcrest*
Continental Robin*
Curlew* U
Dunnock*
Feral Pigeon*
Fieldfare*
Garden Warbler
Goldfinch*
Goosander
Great Spotted Woodpecker*
Great Tit*
Green Woodpecker*
Greenfinch*
Grey Heron*
Hawfinch*
Herring Gull*
House Martin*
House Sparrow*
Jackdaw*
Jay*
Lesser Black-Backed Gull*
Kestrel*
Lesser Spotted Woodpecker
Lesser Redpoll
Long-Tailed Tit*
Linnet*
Magpie*
Mallard*
Marsh Tit
Meadow Pipit
Mistle Thrush*
Moorhen*
Nuthatch*
Pheasant*
Pied Wagtail*
Pied/White Wagtail
Raven*
Red Backed Shrike* U
Redstart
Redwing*
Ring Ouzel*
Rook*
Siskin
Skylark*
Song Thrush*
Sparrowhawk*
Starling*
Stock Dove*
Stonechat
Swallow*
Tawny Owl*
Treecreeper*
Wheatear
Whitethroat*
Willow Tit
Willow Warbler
Woodpigeon*
Wren*
Yellowhammer*

Birds marked with an asterisk are species I have seen here. I have seen two curlews here winter before last but not sure that they were confirmed sightings as I was not on any birding sights at that point but can't find it listed anywhere official so have listed it as unconfirmed. The red backed shrike I saw only a metre above my head in the grounds of St Kenelm's Church is unconfirmed as I am no good with a camera and hadn’t discovered BirdNet at that point to record its call and noone else seems to have seen it.
 
ZEISS. Discover the fascinating world of birds, and win a birding trip to Columbia
ZEISS. Discover the fascinating world of birds, and win a birding trip to Columbia
ZEISS. Discover the fascinating world of birds, and win a birding trip to Columbia

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