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Our Garden Birds. By Cormac and Darragh. The Robin. The Robin is 14 cm long. The Robin has an orange-red breast. The Robin eats insects, seeds and fruit. The Robin is Irelands favourite bird. The Robin defends its territory ferociously. Only male Robins come to Ireland. Spideog.

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Our garden birds

OurGardenBirds

ByCormacandDarragh


The robin

The Robin

  • The Robin is 14 cm long.

  • The Robin has an orange-red breast.

  • The Robin eats insects, seeds and fruit.

  • The Robin is Irelands favourite bird.

  • The Robin defends its territory ferociously.

  • Only male Robins come to Ireland.

    Spideog


The blue tit

The Blue Tit

  • The Blue Tit is 11.5 cm long.

  • The Blue Tit has a blue cap.

  • The Blue Tit eats insects and nuts.

  • The Blue Tit is one of the most common garden birds.

  • The chicks of a Blue Tit have yellow cheeks and a green cap.

    Meantángorm


The blackbird

The Blackbird

  • The Blackbird is 25 cm long.

  • The Blackbird has an orange beak.

  • The Blackbird has an orange ring around its eye.

  • The Blackbirds song is the noisiest in the dawn chorus.

  • The female Blackbird is brown and sometimes mistaken for a thrush.

    Ion Dubh


The greenfinch

The Greenfinch

  • The Greenfinch is 15 cm long.

  • The Greenfinch is bright yellow-green.

  • The Greenfinch eats seeds.

  • The female Greenfinch is green-grey.

  • The Greenfinch lives for 2-3 years.

    Glasándarach


The goldfinch

The Goldfinch

  • The Goldfinch is 12 cm long.

  • The Goldfinch is one of the most colourful birds.

  • The Goldfinch eats seeds and insects.

  • The Goldfinch lays 5-7 eggs.

  • The Goldfinch has a wingspan of 21-25 cm.

    Lasairchoile


The wren

The Wren

  • The Wren is 9.5 cm long.

  • The Wren is said to be the king of all birds.

  • The Wren is one of the smallest birds.

  • The Wren eats insects and seeds.

  • The Wrens tail is cocked up.

    Dreoilín


The great tit

The Great Tit

  • The Great Tit is 14 cm long.

  • The Great Tit has a bold black bib.

  • The Great Tit eats insects, seeds and nuts.

  • The Great Tit lives for 2-3 years.

  • The Great Tit weighs 16-21.

    Meantánmór


The rook

The Rook

  • The Rook is 46 cm long.

  • The Rook has a strong beak for breaking nuts.

  • The Rook eats nuts, worms and seeds.

  • The Rook weighs 460-520 grams.

    Rúcach


The thrush

The Thrush

  • The Thrush is 23 cm long.

  • The Thrush has a beautiful song.

  • The Thrush eats seeds and snails.

  • The Thrush lays 3-5 eggs.

  • The Thrush weighs 70-80 grams.

    Smólach


The chaffinch

The Chaffinch

  • The Chaffinch is 15 cm long.

  • The Chaffinch is one of the most common birds in Ireland.

  • The Chaffinch eats nuts, seeds and insects.

  • The Chaffinch has a red-pink face.

  • The Chaffinch lives for 2-5 years.

    Rírua


The magpie

The Magpie

  • The Magpie is 46 cm long.

  • The Magpie is black and white.

  • The Magpie eats insects, fruit, small mammals and eggs.

  • The Magpie weighs 200-250 grams.

  • The Magpie lives all over Europe.

    Snag breac


The sparrow

The Sparrow

  • The Sparrow is 15 cm long.

  • The Sparrow has a chestnut cap.

  • The Sparrow eats grain, seeds and insects.

  • The Male Sparrow has a grey head, cheeks and rump.

  • The Sparrow takes dust-bathes.

    Gaelbhan


Thank you

ThankYou!

By Cormac and Darragh!


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