Wild Crail’s Twelve Birds of Christmas

If you’re a regular visitor to Crail, please go to AboutCrail.com and sign up for the weekly newsletter.  As well as news about events happening around Crail, there’s a regular gardening column and the eagerly-read “Wild Crail” column by Will Cresswell.  This week’s newsletter had suggestions for Twelve Birds of Christmas – to spot when you’re enjoying your winter walks around Crail over the Festive Season.  All photographs in this collage have been included over the years in the Wild Crail column and are taken by local photographer John Anderson.

12 birds of Crail Christmas

Twelve Birds of Christmas for you to spot around Crail

In case there are any you don’t recognise they are: robin, grey partridge, waxwing, pink footed goose, stock dove, grey wagtail, redshank, golden eye, barn owl, fulmar, jackdaw and wren.

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