It is a resident in the milder west and south of its range, but as an insectivore, must migrate south from the colder parts of its range. It is a bird of woodland, shrub and gardens. It builds a neat nest low in a bush or conifer, laying 3-5 unspotted blue eggs.

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The Dunnock is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

The Dunnock, Prunella modularis, is a small passerine bird found throughout temperate Europe and into Asia. It is by far the most widespread member of the accentor family, which otherwise consists of mountain species. It is sometimes called the Hedge Accentor, Hedge Sparrow or Hedge Warbler. It is a resident in the milder west and south of its range, but as an insectivore, must migrate south from the colder parts of its range. It is a bird of woodland, shrub and gardens. More

theatre despite her mousy looks and plaintive voice, Dunnock is best remembered for three roles: the long‐suffering, loving wife Linda in Death of a Salesman (1949); the weak, boozy Mrs. Constable in In the Summer House (1953); and the vacuous, subjugated wife Big Mama in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (1955). More

The dunnock occurs in suitable habitat throughout Europe, ranging as far east as the far western regions of Russia. It is migratory in northern parts of its range, but may be resident in more southern parts in France and Spain. The dunnock was introduced to New Zealand between 1860 and 1880, where it persists today. More

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Mildred Dunnock (January 25, 1901 – July 5, 1991) was an American theater, film and television actress. Contents - * 1 Early life * 2 Career * 3 Private life * 4 External links Early life - Born in Baltimore, Maryland, Dunnock was a school teacher who did not start acting until she was in her early thirties. More

attack happened near the bus lane on Dunnock Drive at 2.Gang attack by Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)44%; chaffinch 23%; greenfinch 21%; wren 31%; dunnock 34%; robin 28%; blackbird 35%, blue tit 2% and coal tit 32%.Birds thrive in gardens but suffer on moors; Environment Editor Tony ... More

Dunnock is a common species, relatively similar to the House Sparrow. Both birds are often confused. Dunnock is also known as Hedge Sparrow and Hedge Accentor. Adult male has brown upperparts streaked pale and darker brown on mantle and rump. Wings and tail are dark brown. It has thin buff wing bar. Underparts are blue-grey, except the brownish flanks streaked dark brown. Underwing is blue-grey too. More

The Dunnock, or Hedge Sparrow, is easily overlooked in the garden because of its dowdy plumage and fertive nature. It is also very often confused with its much less timid cousin the House Sparrow (specifically the similarly coloured female House Sparrow) but it is easily distinguishable by its slender beak and twitchy behaviour. Description - Similar in size to the House Sparrow and the Robin at around 130-140mm (c. 5.5in), the Dunnock has a wingspan of around 200mm (c. More

The dunnock is a common bird of gardens, woods and parks, familiar to many people still under its old name of hedge sparrow. The name is slightly misleading as, while the bird does indeed frequent hedgerows, it is not related to sparrows. Dunnocks ... More

University, American actress Mildred Dunnock was introduced to films in her stage role as Miss Ronsberry in The Corn Is Green (1945). Her next major assignment was as Willy Loman's long-suffering wife Linda in Arthur Miller's 1948... More

Dunnock At My Garden = lmmsl 356 vidéos S'abonnerModifier l'abonnement Chargement… 210 vues 210 vues lmmsl — 20 octobre 2008 — Dunnocks are always at my garden and they are very friendly..You can see that Dunnock is looking up to see the s... lmmsl — 20 octobre 2008 — Dunnocks are always at my garden and they are very friendly.. More

The song of the dunnock is nowhere as melodic as that of the robin, consisting of a loud, clear but tuneless series of tinkling notes, often delivered from the top of a bush or a prominent branch of a tree. However, the birds sing this ditty throughout the year, and it is often the only birdsong to be heard during the otherwise dull days of late autumn and winter. More

The Dunnock's song is a pleasant surprise also; an unhurried sweet warble which can be confused with the Wren or Robin, but lacks the Wren's intensity and the Robin's sweetness. The main call is shrill, persistent "tseep", which often betrays its otherwise inconspicuous presence. More

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Artist, A Brand New Life Mildred Dunnock in Baby Doll * Name: Mildred Dunnock * Date of Birth: January 25, 1901 * Place of Birth: Not available * Add to My Favorites * Post a Comment Mini-bio: Not available Post it anywhere Link it anywhere report missing or incorrect data Mildred Dunnock Wiki Profile More

One of Dunnock's most spectacular film appearances was her unbilled role in the gangster melodrama Kiss of Death (1948); she was the wheelchair-bound old lady pushed down a flight of stairs by giggling psychopath Richard Widmark! ~ Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide * 1 * | * 2 * DISPLAY OPTIONS: * * * More

In the case of the Dunnock, there is no resemblance, yet the Cuckoo eggs are accepted. Description: This is a Robin-sized bird, 13.5-14 cm in length, fairly drab in appearance, and somewhat resembling a small House Sparrow with its streaked back and general shape. It is also brownish underneath, and has a fine pointed bill. Adults have a grey head. The sexes are similarly colored. More

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Caucasus, the dunnock usually lives in scrub, heathland, mixed woodland, and hedgerows; occasionally it lives on coastal cliffs and dunes. Dunnocks are noted for an exceptionally flexible mating and territorial system that reflects food density. They may be monogamous, polygamous, or polyandrous. Where food is plentiful, one male may overlap the territories of two or more females. When it is scarce, females have larger territories that overlap with two or more males. More

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Bio: Mildred Dunnock (January 25, 1901 - July 5, 1991) was an Oscar-nominated American theater, film and television actress. More

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movie) executes Ma Rizzo (Mildred Dunnock, neither old nor a hag) for not giving up her son, in Henry Hathaway's Kiss Of Death, 1947. More

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Order : Passeriformes
Family : Prunellidae
Genus : Prunella
Species : modularis
Authority : (Linnaeus, 1758)