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N 99 B 652 C 27 E Jul 31, 2022 F Aug 12, 2022
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One of the three youngsters, now beginning to look very 'grown up' in its adult plumage

Wild bird, Cambridgeshire Fens

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N 140 B 966 C 46 E Nov 17, 2021 F Aug 5, 2022
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Female Bullfinch (Pyrrhula pyrrhula)

Loch an Eilein, Scotland

N 101 B 949 C 27 E Apr 29, 2022 F Aug 4, 2022
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Nuthatch (Sitta europaea)

N 983 B 41.6K C 116 E Aug 3, 2022 F Aug 3, 2022
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Young Tawny Owls (Strix aluco)

Wild birds, Cambridgeshire Fens

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N 110 B 1.1K C 40 E Apr 27, 2022 F Aug 1, 2022
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A first for my photostream - Black Squirrel, Fen Drayton Cambridgeshire

I was surprised to learn that the red squirrel isn’t the squirrel with the smallest population in Britain. That dubious honour goes to the black squirrel - first spotted in the wild on these shores in 1912, which has a population of c25,000

Black squirrels are the result of interbreeding between their grey cousins and the North American fox squirrel, a study by Anglia Ruskin University has concluded. Research published in BMC Evolutionary Biology found the black fur emerged from a faulty pigment gene

Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Cambridgeshire are the three counties with the largest populations of black squirrels

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