In winter, berries are an important food source for the Fieldfare


In winter, berries are an important food source for the Fieldfare

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Im Winter sind Beeren eine wichtige Nahrungsquelle fuer die Wacholderdrossel - (Foto Wacholderdrossel in einem Sanddorn) / In winter, berries are an important food source for the Fieldfare - (Photo Fieldfare in a Sea Buckthorn) / Turdus pilaris

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