Fieldfare – (Turdus Pilaris)

Bird Facts: Length: 25.5 cm. The male and female have like Conspicuous in flight is the white belly and underside of the Voice: A loud ‘tchak-tchak-tchak’, also ‘see see’. Song: Semi-loud and pleasant. Size of Egg: 25.0—33.5 x 19.0—23.4 mm. Northern Europe is the home of the fieldfare, one of the few songbirds that were once important and prized game birds. It was hunted mostly during the migrating season and its meat was considered a great delicacy. Today, however, it is no longer hunted in most European countries. The fieldfare nests in many parts of central Europe, which it has … Continue reading Fieldfare – (Turdus Pilaris)