Dartmoor is full of juveniles at the moment, the most delinquent of which are our Sparrow flock. The collective nouns for Sparrows are in fact a Knot, or a Host or even better, a Quarrel. That's definitely what they are.
Someone has their beady eye on the Quarrel:
Other juveniles include......
Dad keeping an eye on them:
Jay - I'm very excited about this as it's the first Jay I've ever captured. There's a whole family of them chattering about in the trees around here. The lack of fear of the juvenile made this possible I think. Full zoom obviously:
Meadow Pipits of course:
Blackbird. You can't see the speckled breast of youth but I loved the little hint of beak and eye here:
And a couple of mammals. Lamb:
And Will, the first of this year's foals, already losing his foal fluff and looking like a dark bay: