Redwings resting in a tree at the end of our garden in a Robinia tree.
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If you were to give us a description of what you have seen which includes any diagnostic features we may be able to agree with you.
Thanks for your reply. I now have some photos, albeit amateur ones, but not sure where I post them on your site. Perhaps you could advise.
Don’t worry about amateurish – you obviously haven’t seen any of mine lately – post away.
If you look at the top of the observation just above the title you will see two tabs View and Edit, click on Edit. this will take you to a page where you can edit the observation. Near the top of the page there is a section called Upload your photos, use the Browse ... button to select the image you want to upload and then click Attach this photo. You will see a percentage bar showing how much is done, once complete go to the bottom of the page and click Save. Your photo will now appear with your observation. you can upload more than one per observation if you wish, just be sure to click Save after you have uploaded them all.
Each image can be up to 10Mb in size so don’t worry about making them smaller or anything, indeed keeping them original allows the experts to zoom in and have a good look at any details if it’s a tricky one to decide.
Thanks for your help. I believe i've achieved it.
Sorry I put wax instead of redwings have altered posting. Must be the cold weather.
Lat/Lng: 51.3974, -0.7804
OS grid ref: SU849671
A small flock of about 12 -15 Redwings, have been in a tree at the bottom of our garden most of the day. Going off frequently to feed and then return.