Found in North America, Europe, and Asia, the winter wren sometimes roosts communally when cold weather hits. Although unusual, roosting groups can be large; more than 30 wrens were found in one nest in Washington State.
Native to Southern Asia, red junglefowl can be found in thick forests or open clearings foraging for worms, grass, corn, and grains. They can be identified by their varied brown, orange, and metallic green plumage and their grayish feet.
There are eight Pipits seen in Dorset. Four are very uncommon, you are unlikely to see Richards, Tawny, Olive Backed or Red Throated. The Water Pipit is a winter visitor to watercress beds. Tree Pipits are found in summer on heaths, usually perched in trees. The Rock Pipit is found on rocky sea cliffs. This leaves the Meadow Pipit for everywhere else! They have a marked drift towards coastal regions in autumn and winter. It is our most common pipit sometimes appearing in quite large flocks.