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British Birds

From Teachers TV, this video introduces fifteen British birds that you students most likely to see in the UK. It explains how to identify them by their size, shape, colour, habitat, behaviour and sounds. Ecologist and Natural History presenter Mike Dilger talks us through the key attributes and qualities of each of these birds. The video can be watched in its entirety or can be broken down into segments for each bird. The birds described are: • black headed gull • blackbird • blue tit • carrion crow • chaffinch • great tit • greenfinch • house sparrow • magpie • pheasant • pied wagtail • robin • sparrow hawk • wood pigeon • starling

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