JACKDAW

The Jackdaw is a member of the Crow family and is about two thirds the size of a crow.  The main differences are its paler whiter eye and its glossy silvery coloured head.  The Jackdaws can be seen in town centres, cliffs, farmland, parks and old woodland.  I have seen the Jackdaw in flocks of up to 30 at Fairburn Ings and have seen them at just about every reserve I have visited.  There are currently 500,000 pairs right across the UK.

Length: 33-34cm (13-13½in)

Wingspan: 67-74cm (26-29in)

Weight: 220-270g (8-10oz)

Average Life: 5-10 years

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