The former, called by the Chilenos "el Turco," is as large as a fieldfare
, to which bird it has some alliance; but its legs are much longer, tail shorter, and beak stronger: its colour is a reddish brown.
And David answered, "I see the windmills swinging and three tall poplar trees swaying against the sky, and a flock of fieldfares
are flying over the hill; but nought else do I see, good master.
Contractor address : Harlequin Office Park, Fieldfare
, Emersons Green Bristol, BS16 7FN
Elsewhere, the whooper swans and barnacle geese at Caerlaverock Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust reserve are the resident international stars, having flown in from the Arctic, along with the redwings and fieldfare
Passage birds seen this week here include a Crane over South Stack at the weekend and a Fieldfare
Say au revoir to winter thrushes, redwing and fieldfare
as they begin their journey to distant breeding grounds, but get ready to welcome back swallows and starlings.
We've had redwing, fieldfare
and a snow bunting visiting us this week, joining the flocks of wigeon, teal and greylag geese that are residing here.
Anthony Blenkinsop, 23, of Fieldfare
Close, Washington: Pleaded guilty to driving with excess alcohol on Askew Road on November 1.
Trust, an organisation that seeks to improve access to the countryside for travellers that are disabled, has endorsed the mountain's wheelchair friendly status.
And there has been just one report of winter visitor the fieldfare
arriving, whereas there were a dozen sightings by the same date in 2011.
also has a white eye stripe but it is larger, almost as big as a mistle thrush, with which it shares a speckled breast.
Stay at Fieldfare
Cottage, a Norfolk brick and flint house with log-burning stove near the reserve.