All at once he turned round to Claude with the agile quickness of a wagtail
There will be lots of activities on offer for visitors of all ages including demonstrations by Wagtails
display dogs and medieval knights and weaponry.
I READ recently that robins, pied wagtails
and starlings could be targeted for heath and safety reasons.
are found in most open habitats, especially open forests and woodlands, and are common around human habitation (Higgins et al.
AN ice cream man found a pair of wagtails
had been living in his van's engine - and hatched six chicks.
are rare visitors to Britain, and even rarer in Wales, with just three previous records, including one at RSPB Conwy in 2008.
What I was looking at were not dandelions but several yellow wagtails
which are summer visitors from the African continent that spend the summer in pastures, meadows, riversides and arable fields, and usually near freshwater.
I DON'T really wish to get involved in the debate on buzzards and birds of prey, but would like to point out that after killing all our wagtails
and various tits and finches, a sparrow hawk took up residence in our shed and started on the swallows.
Reed buntings, redpolls, yellowhammers, grey wagtails
, redwings and fieldfares are other unusual garden visitors not usually around.
Every year, millions of turtle doves, cuckoos, yellow wagtails
and other native birds migrate to West Africa for the colder winter months.
Campaigner Tim Maddison said: "We regularly witness Herons, Pied Wagtails
, Dippers and occasionally a Kingfisher.
have now spread throughout the country, giving everyone a chance to admire their colourful plumage.