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Observed: 1st June 2013 By: claire0206
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Description:
Identifications
  • Blue Tit,ash tree,garden snail,blackbird,house sparrow,robin,other bird,blackbird,other bird,finch,house martin.
    Confidence: It's likely to be this, but I can't be certain.
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    Likely ID
    Dunnock, goldfinch, swallow
    Confidence: I'm as sure as I can be.
    ID agreements (): 2 People
    • Samuel PerfectSamuel Perfect’s reputation in BirdsSamuel Perfect’s reputation in Birds
    • mikeh22mikeh22’s reputation in Birdsmikeh22’s reputation in Birds
  • Blue Tit, Garden snail, young blackbird, male house sparrow, robin, dunnock, male blackbird, dunnock, goldfinch, barn swallow
    Confidence: I'm as sure as I can be.
Species interactions

No interactions present.

Comments

Ray Turner's picture

Hi Claire and welcome iSpot.

Your two ‘other birds’ are both Dunnocks (Prunella modularis) and the finch is a Goldfinch (Carduelis carduelis).

iSpot works best if you submit each species as a separate observation, that way people will be able to agree (or suggest alternatives). It also allows the species to appear under the correct group (plants and invertebrates for example).

Ray

Ray

darob57's picture

One species per observation.

Hello

Welcome to iSpot.

It's really much better to send in each species as a seperate observation. Then others can agree to your observations and each record will count. If you don't know it's scientific name, click the 'get recommended' box and it'll be filled in automatically.

Some nice photos there - the 'other bird' looks like Dunnock and 'finch' is Goldfinch. Others look ok.

If you send them in again, I'm sure you'll get plenty of others agreeing.
Also, you'll have to select the invertebrates group for the snail, and plants group for the ash.

Regards

Dave

the naturalist man's picture

Observations

Welcome to iSpot Clare.

As the others have said please re-post these as individual species so we can agree to your, mostly correct, identifications; then you'll get the reputation you deserve.

Graham Banwell

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