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This small passerine prefers insects and is seen in urban areas such as car parks.
They are 16 to 19cm in length
They have a wingspan of 25 to 30cm
They weigh in at 17 to 25g.
They live for up to 12 years in the wild.
Breeding season is between April to August
and they can have up to 3 clutches per year.
They make a nest made of twigs grass,
leaves, roots, and moss.
It is lined with feathers, wool, or hair.
She will lay between 3 and 8 eggs and incubates
them for 12 to 15 days.
Both adults feed the young for around 3 weeks.
If food is scarce this adaptable bird will look out for us as they know we will leave them scraps to eat.
Don’t forget to look after our British
birds and leave out food for them to ensure their survival.