Rare sightings of European birds in Nottingham
RARE sightings have been made in Nottingham of a bird which normally breeds on the continent.
More than 45 Bohemian waxwings were spotted feeding on berries at the top of Beckside near Lings Bar Hospital, Gamston, on December 18. The same day another five were spotted opposite a petrol station in Hucknall Road, Carrington.
The bird, which is about the size of a starling, occasionally migrates to Britain when winter rowan berry crops fail in northern European.
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