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17 Jan
10:07am, 17 Jan 2018
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Heinzster
Gorgeous Goldcrest in the bush outside my window this morning. It has a very orange crest, so I was wondering if it could be a Firecrest. BTO website shows that it was a male Goldcrest, Firecrests are probably very unlikely this far North and West
17 Jan
10:31am, 17 Jan 2018
17524 posts
KinkyS
The white eye stripe is the best way to id a firecrest :-)
17 Jan
10:39am, 17 Jan 2018
24590 posts
Derby Tup
On a general note most birds are looking really smart now in breeding plumage. Even relatively mundane species like mallard and pheasant are really glowing. The crest on the goldcrest I saw at the weekend was very evident even in horrible grey light Katie loves nerds
17 Jan
11:03am, 17 Jan 2018
892 posts
flyingfinn
Was thinking the same yesterday when I spotted a really stunning Bullfinch
17 Jan
4:21pm, 17 Jan 2018
1081 posts
Heinzster
Several kestrels hovering round Stansted arrivals

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