Phil Pearce

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Fieldfare

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Fieldfare


“Turdus Pilaris”





The fieldfare is a member of the thrush family.It is migratory and comes to the uk in.

 The winter for berries insects and worms.  

It is often spotted in large flocks.

It has a chestnut brown back and yellowy breast 

and a pale grey rump and head.






They nest in colonies for protection and will 

aggressively defend the nest.

They are 24 to 26cm in length.

 They have a wingspan of 40cm. 

They weigh in at 100g.

 They live on average for only 2 years.

 They are on the red list and are protected.


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