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Rooks Corvus frugilegus can be distinguished from other crows by their bare sheath of horny skin at the base of a heavy bill. In Latin frugilegus means ‘fruit-collecting’ as demonstrated by their main diet of fruits, acorns, berries and seeds along with soil-based invertebrates and insect larvae, collected by probing the ground. They overwinter throughout Britain in large flocks before dispersing to clamourous treetop breeding colonies in early spring.

Photograph by Rebecca Naden

About Rebecca Naden

Rebecca is an internationally renowned sports photographer covering the world’s major sporting events for the Reuters Agency. But life in Pembrokeshire enabled her to also enjoy a lifelong interest in wildlife subjects. “’s a pull I can’t resist, thirty odd years on and I’m still learning”.

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