Fieldfares are one of the winter thrushes that visit the UK every year. Although I see one or two most years, they're rarely as easy to find as their smaller cousins the Redwings.
A few years ago, a flock of about 50 Fieldfares appeared in our street on Boxing Day and spent the day flying around between the trees in the back-green areas. Then they disappeared!
Until now! For a couple of days, a flock of Fieldfares is spending a lot of time roosting in exactly the same tree as they roosted in all those years ago.
The tree in question is in the back-green across the road, so we can't go and get a closer look. Crafty Green Boyfriend took some photos yesterday to give an impression.rowan trees that are nearby.
Great sighting of the Fieldfares! I am glad they are back!
Take care, enjoy your day!
That's a nice size flock to see.
All the best Jan
I don't know this bird. It is nice to be able to tell the seasons by which birds are around.
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