The Jackdaws often appear on a neighbour's chimney stack, but I have never managed to get a useable picture of them. They also are around quite regularly on the clifftop where this pair were shot. This picture (October 2003) shows off the Jackdaw's characteristic eye colouring, whereas those below, found a bit further along the cliff at Milford, were pictured in Spring sunshine, emphasising the variations in plumage.

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Photographs (above) - April 2003

Until 2014, our garden corvids were predominantly crows and magpies. However, the Jackdaws have since gained more of a foothold, as evidenced by this youngster being fed on the lawn.

Photograph (right) - June 2014

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