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stonechat

an Old World songbird, Saxicola torquata, having a black plumage with a reddish-brown breast: subfamily Turdinae (thrushes)
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The colonization, ecology and breeding of the Pied Stonechat Saxicola caprata at Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea.
APP learnt on Friday that Hazarganji Chiltan National Park Quetta that stretches over 32,500 acres of land, habitats a large number of species of animals and birds including -Chiltan wildgoat or Markhor, Suleiman Markhor, Urial sheep, wolf, Jackal, Red fox, and Desert hare, species of birds include Houbara bustard, Griffon vulture, Egyptian vulture, Honey buzzard, Laggar falcon, Peregrine falcon, Kestrel, Indian sparrow hawk, Scops owl, Common cuckoo, European bee-eater, Rock partridge, European nightjar, Long-billed pipit, Orphean warbler, Variable wheatear, Blue rock thrush, Stonechat, and Lichtensteins desert finch and reptiles- Monitor lizard, Russells viper, Saw scaled viper and Spiny tailed lizard.
Bee-bird has covered chiffchaff, green woodpecker, spotted flycatcher, whitethroat and willow-warbler, and blackcap served for bullfinch, stonechat, reed-bunting, and three kinds of tit, as well as the eponymous warbler itself, Sylvia atricapilla.
In the highlands the more common birds are the meadow pipit (Anthus pratensis), the stonechat (Saxicola torquata), and the raven (Corvus corax).
BIRD NOTES With Julian Hughes | Stonechat PICTURE: DAVE MIDDLEMAN AFTER the snow, spring rapidly reloaded this week, with Coltsfoot flowers emerging from the soil, fluffy buds on willow trees and the first singing Chiffchaffs at RSPB Conwy on Sunday.
An additional 325 ha of habitat for the whinchat (Saxicola rubetra), red-backed shrike (Lanius collurio) and stonechat (Saxicola rubicola) and other protected species at Oude Willem, with bird spec
Delves went to his mother's home before returning to the Stonechat Drive address.
The incident happened on a footpath between Campion Way and Stonechat Road, Coton Meadows, at 4pm on Monday, May 20.
Over the next three weeks the Springwatch cameras will be covering a new area of the reserve for the first time revealing the wet woodland, reed-bed, and rare bog areas of the reserve, to follow the lives of lapwing, redshank, teal, reed bunting, sedge warbler and, with luck, stonechat and bullfinch.
Over three weeks, the cameras will be showing us the wet woodland, reed bed and rare bog areas to follow lapwing, redshank, teal, reed bunting, sedge warbler and, with luck, stonechat and bullfinch.
Nearby, up on the hill, a male Stonechat also sang to state his claim to a patch of gorse.