|Subject:||Bird ID - A harder Robin example?|
|From:||Richard Lane <>|
|Date:||Sun, 21 Apr 2019 16:48:41 +0000|
Whilst not wanting to impose too heavily on the generosity of the forum contributors, I very much appreciate the help that is given when trying to learn the diagnostic features of our birds.
The attached photograph of a (?) Robin was taken in Black Mountain Nature Reserve on 20190414.
The books that I have consulted show juveniles of several species and also some females that would be possibilities.
Thoughts on the ID of this bird and why that view is held will again be very gratefully received.
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