Fieldfare– Turdus pilaris
- Kingdon: Animalia
- Class: Aves
- Order: Passeriformes
- Familie: Turdidae
- Genre: Turdus
- Species: Turdus pilaris
The fieldfare is a songbird with a body length of 22-27 cm. It weighs 81-141 g. It can be seen especially in winter, when it is very gregarious and can form large flocks, especially in open areas.
The sexes are similar. The appearance is bony and the tail is long and black. The tit is light grey. The back is reddish-brown and the crown and nape are grey. The ventral is whitish with black spots and the breast has a yellowish-red tinge. In flight the contrast between the dark remiges and the light-coloured underparts is noticeable.
Juveniles are distinguished by the white spots on the supraventral.
The song is simple, consisting of a few notes without a clear structure, with short pauses followed by many trills.s