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A young bird, born this year, showing several pale-tipped juvenile greater coverts still, on the wing.
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Thank you Ian, I have put it in my database as a juvenile female; would this be correct?
It still has some retained juvenile feathers, but I would call it an immature or first-winter female. It will still have those same feathers next summer, but will be too old then to be called a juvenile: The same applies now, really. Juvenile is usually used only of a bird fully in that spotty juvenile plumage.
OK Ian, Thank you
Lat/Lng: 50.72285, -1.84725
OS grid ref: SZ108914