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    Taken on Tuesday at Maiden Erleigh. It was on a branch in the reed bed.
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    Strange one Joe, thought perhaps a young Brambling, but on looking closer could be a young House Sparrow.
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    The nearest I could get was an immature (autumn) but the stripe by the eye is too strong, the stripe would suggest a female but no pale ring around the neck. I'll settle for young one though.

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