Dunnock Prunella modularis: In the garden all year, indeed I think we see one everyday, usually feeding on seed scattered from the bird table, or on the windowsill below the upstairs birdfeedeer (peanuts) again feeding on bits falling from the feeder onto thick ivy. Very occasionally it will feed from the table. Saturday 27th January 2007, a damp mildish day, we heard a trilling call outside the kitchen window, it was a pair of Dunnock getting a bit ‘frisky’, fluttering from the ground into the branches of a Cotoniaster horiontalis, and back again.

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