THE ATLAS OF BREEDING BIRDS IN BRITAIN AND IRELAND J T R SHARROCK
Bullfinch | BTO - British Trust for Ornithology
Bullfinch can be found breeding across Britain and Ireland, with a preference for mixed woodland, parks, large gardens and some coniferous forest. Changes identified by Bird Atlas. The data collected by volunteers for the Bird Atlases have provided us with distribution maps for birds, such as Bullfinch, in Britain and Ireland.
NBN Atlas - UK’s largest collection of biodiversity
The NBN Atlas. The NBN Atlas is a collaborative project that aggregates biodiversity data from multiple sources and makes it available and usable online. It is the
Dipper - Wikipedia
Taxonomy. The genus Cinclus was introduced by the German naturalist Moritz Balthasar Borkhausen in 1797 with the white-throated dipper (Cinclus cinclus) as the type species. The name cinclus is from the Ancient Greek word kinklos that was used to describe small tail-wagging birds that resided near water. Cinclus is the only genus in the family Cinclidae. The white-throated dipper and American
Hawfinch - Wikipedia
The date for breeding is dependent on the spring temperature and is earlier in southwest Europe and later in the northeast. In Britain, most clutches are laid between late April and late June. Hawfinches engage in an elaborate series of courtship routines. The two birds stand apart facing one another and reach out to touch their bills.