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Stonechat - Saxicola Torquata


The stonechat is 11.5–13 cm long and weighs 13–17 g, slightly smaller than the European robin. Both sexes have distinctively short wings, shorter than those of the more migratory whinchat and Siberian stonechat.

The summer male has black upperparts, a black head, an orange throat and breast, and a white belly and vent. It also has a white half-collar on the sides of its neck, a small white scapular patch on the wings, and a very small white patch on the rump often streaked with black. The female has brown upperparts and head, and no white neck patches, rump or belly, these areas being streaked dark brown on paler brown, the only white being the scapular patch on the wings and even this often being buffy-white.

European stonechats breed in heathland, coastal dunes and rough grassland with scattered small shrubs and bramble, open gorse, tussocks or heather. They are short-distance migrants or non-migratory, with part of the population (particularly from northeastern parts of the range, where winters are colder) moving south to winter further south in Europe and more widely in north Africa.

Population:

UK breeding:

59,000 pairs

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Macro photo of colorful blossoms in Spring in Victoria, Canada.

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Hallerbos: une vieille forêt avec de jeunes arbres et de nombreux jacinthes

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Photography offers a world of creative possibilities, however, it is easy to lose the path to a full realization of one's creative potential. In my new article, I describe 5 simple and very important guidelines which will ensure that you do not lose your path to a full and powerful expression of your photographic vision. Please find the article at this link. I hope you enjoy!

This image: A moment of angelic beauty in Canada's Algonquin Provincial Park, as beams of light from the rising sun penetrate clearing fog over dew covered pine trees. The beams were visible only for a few seconds before more of the fog cleared.

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