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Alpine Accentor
Prunella collaris

Alpine Accentors are the mountain cousin of the Dunnock (also called Hedge Accentor). These birds can be found above 1800 m altitude and are often around ski resorts looking for crumbs. They are somewhat bigger than Dunnocks and also have longer wings.
 

Alpine Accentor

Alpine Accentor

1-2: Eggishorn, 16/02/2008.