Dunnock (Hedge Sparrow)

Dunnock (Hedge Sparrow) - British Birds
The dunnock is found throughout the UK all year round (apart from in the Shetlands).

They flit among the hedgerows and flower beds with a nervous shuffling gait, while constantly fluttering their wings - the Woody Allen of the bird world if you will...

Nest: in trees or bushes
Eggs: lays 4 - 5 eggs, bright blue in colour.
Incubation period: 12 – 13 days
Fledgling: 12 days
Broods: 2; April - May
Food: insects, worms, spiders, seeds & berries.
UK breeding pairs: 2,100,000
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