The Dunnock is a common bird who causes very little uproar, and is a resident of Ireland.
The adult has a chestnut brown back but blue and grey underneath, with some white along the sides. It has a sharp beak and feeds on the ground looking for seeds and insects. The male is a lively singer in the Spring and calls with a thin tseer.
Likes to live in gardens, woods, and hedges. and is found all over Ireland and among the 20 most common birds.
Collins Complte Guide to Irish Wildlife by Paul Sterry