Bird Watching (UK) - - Black Redstart -

Most rare breed­ing birds in the UK tend to be as­so­ci­ated with re­mote places, mak­ing it dif­fi­cult for us bird­ers to con­nect with them. Black Red­starts, though, are dif­fer­ent. If you want to see breed­ing Black Red­starts, then you don’t need to head to the re­motest parts of the coun­try, you need to head to the cities. Breed­ing Black Red­starts are very much an ur­ban bird. You can also see them in coastal ar­eas dur­ing spring pas­sage and in au­tumn at places like the Isles of Scilly and Corn­wall. In win­ter, the birds can be seen in Lan­cashire and Lin­colnshire south­wards and along the south coast.

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