Train stations may not be everyone's cup of tea, but they are surprisingly amazing for birding. At various stations, I have seen Red Kites, Buzzards, Herons and many songbird (passerine) species. Today, my attention was focused on an adult Pied Wagtail, a subspecies of White Wagtail endemic to Britain. Pied Wagtails co exist harmoniously with humans, and this one let me stand a few centimetres away from it, allowing me to take decent shots:
The Wagtail stands on the edge of the platform
I would like anyone reading this to comment on what interesting birds and wildlife they have seen at train stations. In my opinion, they provide a home for many animals, whether they are in cities or in the countryside.