Bird Watching (UK) - - Your Birding Mouth -

Don’t be lulled into think­ing that wild Daf­fodils are iden­ti­cal to the ‘daffs’ in your gar­den, and thus not worth scru­tiny. Wild daffs are a sep­a­rate species, dis­tin­guished from their cul­ti­vated cousins by paler petals, up­tilted flower heads, and brighter yel­low corona. Once wide­spread across Eng­land and Wales, they have de­clined dras­ti­cally since the 19th Cen­tury and are found in western parts.

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