I had five, but I swopped two of them with Frank Wilson for a redstart's.'
It was a redstart nest without doubt, but who owned the baby?
And of birds Enicurus, the redstart of torrents, and Myophonus were observed.
There was no doubt about his being a redstart baby, as I had been convinced from the first.
Two species of redstart visit England, and these also are characterised by reddish tails.
By this means Mrs. Pearson last summer found a redstart's nest.
Had, then, an owl paid a twilight visit, and could a redstart be surprised?
The same authority compares the bird's song to that of the redstart and the yellow warbler.
In fact, I never saw a redstart who seemed to know that we humans ought to be dreaded.
The redstart begins to sing, its note is short and imperfect, but is continued till about the middle of June.