Seldom offers any problem – basic rule is that adults are readily sexed, and young birds can not be sexed. However a few birds are more problematic. Always age the bird first.
2cy+ September. Ambiguous bird, and the true sex is not known. Perhaps most likely an example of the exceptionally rare adult females showing orange to chin and throat? Being adult, a male would be expected to show at least some cold grey parts of side of neck. [SS6984]
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