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Fieldfares, "coming in from the cold" by Tim Harrison from the BTO
Often, this can lead them into gardens, where householders can attract them with fruit. In particular, apples or pears that are cut in half and are placed on the lawn will be taken. Such offerings will not just attract Fieldfares – their thrush cousins, Redwings and Blackbirds, along with others such as Robins, will also tuck in. For these birds, such offerings can be a lifeline.
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