The hedge-berries are almost gone; and here the redwing and fieldfare have run along the fence bottom in search of fallen fruit.
Of course Mr. fieldfare was not in the morning-room of the club as he ought to have been.
Of our winter visitants that come to take the place of the summer migrants the fieldfare is the commonest and most familiar.
We have found many nests of the latter in the trees, and one of a fieldfare in a bank.
The winter visitants comprehend chiefly the fieldfare and the redwing.
This species is smaller than the song thrush, and has much resemblance to the fieldfare.
The eggs number from four to six, and are somewhat like those of the fieldfare, only not so large.
Some few instances are on record of the fieldfare breeding in this country, but these are exceptional.
It simply means—'good bye, and we are well rid of you'; when the fieldfare goes, the warm weather comes.
Mr. fieldfare pursued this course because he had a deep instinct for being in the minority.