Juvenile male Robin
This was a puzzling Robin for me, because the post-juvenile moult was only just 2/3 of the way though, but the breast was fully orange, there was a moult limit in the greater coverts and the outer two primaries appeared to be of a different generation in the field.
Analysis of the photos reveals that there is only 1 'adult' greater covert, the other 2 primaries appear to just be slightly more worn than old and the retained juvenile tertials confirm the age as Juvenile. An interesting bird
Robin's in Sweden are generally much greyer and paler than the British birds I am used to, so are a real treat to see, however this bird was almost a mix of the two, presumably based on the freshness of the new feathers and the warm brown in any retained juvenile feathers. Stephen Menzie describes it very well here
The weather looks pretty good tomorrow so should hopefully catch over 100 birds if we're lucky.