Sky Lark. August 12, 1998 American Camp, San Juan I. WA., Bird was smallish, pointed bill, yellowish, streaked face & breast w/ brown, buffy belly & under parts. Rather like a cross between a Savannah Sparrow and an American Pipit. Photo by IanFSeaton Common, Seaton Carew, Cleveland, UK, May 2009
Coal tit. The Coal Tit is another bird that can often be seen in our gardens. They are right little characters found mainly in coniferous woodland but not exclusively. Several species of tit have a bold black and white face pattern but only the Coal Tit has this neat white stripe down its nape. The cold grey colour on its back is another of its distinguishing features.