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The breeding season of the Blackbird Turdus merula takes place from March to late July, although this can vary depending on the weather. The female builds the nest, usually choosing an area close to the ground with adequate cover, such as a bush or a small tree. The nest is round and made with twigs, grass and other plant materials. Blackbirds usually have two to three broods, with an average clutch of three to five blue-green eggs.

Photograph by Alan Price

About Alan Price

Alan was a graphic designer for 40 years but his passion for wildlife photography took over 20 years ago. He has been the recipient of around 20 international and national awards since living in Gwynedd, North Wales. His work has been published in many magazines and on greeting cards and calendars over the years.

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