Another theory speculates that the constant tail dipping is a ruse to provoke a potential predator into launching an attack, only for the quite fast-flying wagtail
to make a heroic escape.
Carver Simon O'Rourke (above) and Collin Singer and Louise Wilson of Wagtail
UK want Welsh Government politicians to spend more time visiting businesses
Earlier Moat's last-known hideout was found near Wagtail
Farm along with a letter address to Miss Stobbart.
What I was looking at were not dandelions but several yellow wagtails
which are summer visitors from the African continent that spend the summer in pastures, meadows, riversides and arable fields, and usually near freshwater.
The EUR50 million scheme means that many of O'Connell Street's trees are being felled - forcing the unique city centre flock of pied wagtails
to find somewhere else to roost.
The court heard that the assault took place in Wagtail
Way on August 28 last year following a driver dispute on the A27 between Fareham and Portchester.
Rachel Roberts from Wagtail
UK told the Daily Post: "Our training is reward based so our dogs always get rewards so every day feels like Christmas to them.
UK s Live Body Detection Dogs are trained to detect the presence of human scent concealed in or on freight and vehicles leaving Northern France bound for the UK.
Birds such as the Siberian Crane, Greater Flamingo, Ruff, Black-winged Stilt, Common Teal, Common Greenshank, Northern Pintail, Wagtail
, Northern Shoveler, Rosy Pelican and Gadwall, usually migrate to wetlands in India.
On Saturday, on Curlew and Wagtail
, Mark Longhurst, Woodlands Tackle, topped a field of 20 with 120lb 15oz of carp on corn at six metres from Wagtail
The report also claims that species classified as "critically endangered" in Wales, including the golden plover, twite and yellow wagtail
, face extinction in Wales by 2015 unless there is urgent conservation action.
UK's Louise Wilson and Collin Singer picked up the Women into Business Award and Businessperson of the Year trophy at the Saughton Hall ceremony.