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Seems to be a good year for these in gardens and on feeders. BTO say it is because the natural seed crop in the country is poor this year.
Hi, the Yellowhammer would be larger and has a brownish back. I wouldn't say never but it would be a very rare visitor to a garden feeder. They are chiefly birds of farmland.
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The location does seem relatively rural so Yellowhammer at a feeder would be possible there - I certainly see them at and around feeders in winter at a nature reserve near my parents place in County Durham.
But this is a Siskin as everyone says.
Lat/Lng: 53.2679, -2.1268
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