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The Yellow Wagtail Motacilla flava likes damp marshes, meadows and farmland, and spends much of its time running about on the ground, chasing insects disturbed by the feet of livestock. These bright summer migrants nest on the ground or in long grass, using plants, grasses and stems to build a cup-shape, which they line with fur. The yellow wagtail’s tail is the shortest of all the wagtail species in Britain.

Photograph by Alan Benson

About Alan Benson

As a keen amateur wildlife photographer, Alan Benson is very passionate about photographing the wildlife around him, and capturing them in the best natural light and settings. “I enjoy photographing the wildlife on the army ranges of the Salisbury Plain showing how nature and human activities live side by side up there.”

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