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The Redwing (Turdus iliacus) is a species of thrush in the family Turdidae which is in the genus Turdus. It breeds in the northern parts of Eurasia extending eastwards from Iceland to eastern Russia. Small numbers have also recently been found breeding in Greenland. In the autumn, this highly migratory species leaves the colder parts of its breeding range to winter further south in Europe as well as parts of North Africa and the Middle East extending to northern Iran.
Text: Patrick J. O'Keeffe /Raw Birds
Labels: Birds of Dublin, Birds of Europe, Birds of Fingal, Birds of Ireland, Broadmeadow Estuary, Co. Dublin, Fingal, Ireland, Irish Birds, passerines, Redwing, Swords, thrush, Turdus iliacus