All Birds in UK

Below is a list of all of the birds in the UK.

Yellowhammer

Did you know: The Yellowhammer's song has been famously described as "A little bit of bread and no cheese", capturing...
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Yellow-Legged Gull

Did you know: The Yellow-Legged Gull was only recently recognised as a distinct species from the Herring Gull and Lesser...
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Yellow-Browed Warbler

Did you know: The Yellow-browed Warbler, a small and vibrant bird, undertakes a remarkable migration each year from Siberia to...
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Yellow Wagtail

Did you know: The Yellow Wagtail has eight unique subspecies across Europe, each with distinctively coloured male heads! What Do...
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Wryneck

Did you know: Wrynecks can twist their heads almost 180 degrees, earning them the nickname "snake-bird" for their unique defensive...
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Wren

Did you know: The Wren, despite its small size, holds the title of the most common breeding bird in the...
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Woodpigeon

Did you know: The Woodpigeon, known for its distinctive cooing call, is the UK's largest and most common pigeon species....
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Woodlark

Did you know: Over 3,000 Woodlark breeding pairs flourish in the UK, with some migrating to the continent in winter....
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Woodcock

Did you know: The woodcock's pin feathers were once used as fine brush tips by artists for detailed paintings and...
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Wood Warbler

Did you know: The Wood Warbler's song has been likened to a spinning coin on a marble surface, creating a...
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Wood Sandpiper

Did you know: The Wood Sandpiper, while primarily a passage migrant in the UK, boasts a small but significant breeding...
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Willow Warbler

Did you know: The Willow Warbler, a delicate and melodious bird, is known to change all its feathers twice a...
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Willow Tit

Did you know: The Willow Tit, a bird of remarkable resilience, excavates its own nesting holes in trees, a rare...
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Wigeon

Did you know: Wigeons are known for their distinctive calls, with the male's clear, piercing whistle and the female's low,...
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Whooper Swan

Did you know: Whooper swans undertake a breathtaking non-stop flight from Scotland to Iceland every spring, reaching incredible altitudes; a...
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Whitethroat

Did you know: The Whitethroat, a melodious summer visitor to the UK, can journey all the way from sub-Saharan Africa,...
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White-Tailed Eagle

Did you know: The White-Tailed Eagle, often referred to as the 'sea eagle', was once extinct in the UK but...
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White-Fronted Goose

Did you know: The White-fronted Goose, fondly known in North America as the "specklebelly" due to its unique belly markings,...
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Whinchat

Did you know: The Whinchat, a charming summer visitor to the UK, sports a distinctive white eye stripe and orange-buff...
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Whimbrel

Did you know: Whimbrels, with their elegant presence, announce themselves with a series of seven distinctive whistles. Their unique calls...
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Other UK Birds