Scruffy corvids and cute baby sparrows
At this time of year it’s hard to even see the birds, given how dark and thick the greenery is. Noticed this year that the local corvids- one of the few things that are still out in the open, are looking rather scruffy at this time- possibly their moult time. The dark bird in the tree in these photos is a scruffy young rook to go with the scruffy young magpie and just generally scruffy Jackdaws.
Not scruffy, but hardly neat, are the yellow beaked young sparrows. (Becdecorbin hope you don’t mind my mentioning but I noticed you also got photos of them with yellow beaks recently, this is the first time I got a photo of it, ever, this year, sort of interesting seeing it be the same at other parts of Northern Europe!).