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...a Dunnock, or as a Hedge Sparrow (it's not really a sparrow).
Hedge Accentor is a name that's recently become popular, and there is some sense in it; the Dunnock is one of two members of the Accentor family in Europe (the other being the Alpine Accentor).
Donnock apparently means "small brown bird" and is therefore quite a good descriptive name. It dates from at least the fifteenth century, so it has some history behind it.
Me? I'm sticking to Dunnock, but bearing in mind that some people prefer the new name.
Thanks for this, Simon. I think I'll stick to Dunnock as well - it sounds nicer ;-)
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