Pied Wagtail

Pied Wagtail

The Pied Wagtail can be found in a variety on habitats, farmland, open countryside, towns and residential areas. The most conspicuous habit of this species is a near-constant tail wagging, a trait that has given the species its genus. They feed on flies and insects, in the summer they feed their chicks on the Mayfly and crane fly, they will nest in reed beds, but they will also nest anywhere near to a good food source, they can be seen walking along a shingled shoreline feeding on the flies.

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