Hey there folks,
Currently touring the Suffolk coast and visiting a few good sites around the area and noticed this Wheatear on the pebbles and shingle adjacent to Minsmere reserve.
Having reviewed my photos and consulting both Collins and WildGuides books, I'm a bit uncertain as to whether this is a common Northern Wheatear or if it maybe a Greenland Wheatear.
I've counted the primary tips for example and there appears to be definitely more than 6 and I think it just 'feels' more like a first winter Greenland.
I'd be really interested to hear your views?
In reply to Robbo:
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