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...though I've never actually heard anyone say, "Look, there's a hedge accentor!" I doubt whether I'm likely to, either.
we have to type the popular common name in after the get recommended or copy and paste before pressing the button if spell checking the latin name.
When i was young there used to be Hedge Sparrows and i can't remember what was known as a Tree sparrow in those days.
In the far crevices of my memory, because they are so few and far between now-a-days, Tree Sparrows were Tree Sparrows and reasonably easy to find. So House Sparrows lived in houses, Tree Sparrows in trees and Hedge Sparrows, well, in hedges. It pleases me to see that at least some people recognise a Hedge Sparrow by it's old name.
I'm sure that back in the day it was called Hedge Sparrow in my Observer Book of Birds. We're talking about way back in the 1950s
I dumped it along with others in the Observer series when I retired from the classroom.
I have for the past few days got curious as to what the new common name of what was once called a Tree Sparrow actually is. I may have to try google in the end.
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