RMW8543C–Yellow wagtail (Motacilla flava flavissima) adult male in spring plumage feeding on dung flies at farm midden heap, Hertfordshire, UK, April. Did you know? Yellow wagtails commonly used nest in water meadows - however now as water meadows are less common they often nest in potato fields.
RM2F76TNR–grey wagtail, Motacilla cinerea, single adult perched near water of river, United Kingdom
RMAW4T3J–A Willie Wagtail at its nest feeding an insect to its chicks. Herdsman Lake, Perth, Western Australia.
RMBBA0F8–Fledgling young baby birds about to fly - these are young Pied Wagtails
RMT99WBR–Meadow Pipit (Anthus pratensis) and Tree Pipit (Anthus trivialis), vintage illustration published in 1898
RMW4XKBK–Pied wagtails have built a nest on a shelf using a toilet/sink plunger as a base in a garden shed the in Scottish border region - With chicks
RMABRMMM–Pied White Wagtail Motacilla alba adult at nest Feeding
RMMFGB4B–PIED WAGTAIL feeding young Motacilla alba yarellii in nest in stone wall crevice
RFAF3TF9–Hen pied Wagtail near nest Cairngorms National Park, Scotland, UK
RFJ72RCT–wagtails nest (feeding)
RMX53T1N–Pied Wagtail Motacilla alba At nest with food young cuckoo demanding