Young robin waiting to be fed. This was taken through a window. The dead lavatera is used as a perch by fledglings. There's a feeder nearby.
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Very precise! Presumably it is this, being a young British bird, but not sure I could prove it!
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Are a bit beyond me, but happy to agree with the English name!
As most people seem to agree with me, and as I've learned that British robins are a sub-species (slightly different from the European robin), it's very unlikely top be any other. Until yesterday, I didn't know they were a sub-species. You learn something new every day! Well, mostly.
It's just a Robin!
Forget the whole subspecies thing: Robins are Erithacus rubecula. Yes, the European variety is ssp. rubecula, ours is ssp. melophilus, but they're all Robins. No-one at all, absolutely no-one, could positively tell the difference between rubecula and melophilus from a single bird!!
OK, I will!
Perhaps worth you creating a new ID without the subspecies bit on it - although the overly specific ID (which is most likely correct) does not seem to be stopping people agreeing with it.
Lat/Lng: 52.077861, 0.997571
OS grid ref: TM055464
Front garden of a house facing open fields. Lots of trees and shrubs, with feeders scattered about.