I found this on the top of the soil under ivy leaves, at the bottom of my garden. I would love to know what it is from?
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It is much smaller than it looks on those photos..the top of the skull is only as wide as my thumbnail, and just over half a thumb length.
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I'm afraid they will not be able to tell you what species as there is not enough of it to tell, other than it does not have the large 'keel' of a heavy bird or migratory one. Therefore, is one that flys little and prefers to skulk. I think blackbird is a high probability.
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This is certainly not a keel / carina or sternum bone; it's a pelvis. Blackbird seems a possibility.
Lat/Lng: 53.2, -2.3
OS grid ref: SJ8667