Birds of Ireland



The Redwing is a winter visitor to Ireland arriving around October and leaving again in March. It is usually seen in parkland areas or open field feeding on worms, often with Song Thrushes or Mistle Thrushes.

Best Sites

Anywhere is the countryside during winter, particularly parkland areas.


Redwing at Caves Marsh, Malahide, Dublin: Canon 7D MKll, 100 - 400 Lens, 1/640 SEC, F9, ISO 400