Author 'Aralserge' (Id 55321 ) : Easy recognition, the grey wagtail Yarrell has a dazzling white, grey and black plumage, and a long tail oscillating.
The male has the good black back, black head with white cheeks and forehead. In winter, it has more grey and white throat, but keeps a black Crescent on the chest. The Bill is black and the Hazel color eyes.
The female has grey slate. It has a smaller than the male bib.
The juveniles are brunatre grey above, with a double band on the breast. It winters in the North of Scotland. It is resident in the UK. Here I photographiee a Saint Pol de Leon on the port.