Stonechat. Stonechats are robin sized birds. Males have striking black heads with white around the side of their neck, orange-red breasts and a mottled brown back. Females lack the male's black head, but have brown backs and an orange tinge to their chests. Birds are frequently seen flicking their wings while perched, often doing so on the tops of low bushes. As its name suggests, birds utter a sharp loud call that sound like two stones being tapped together.

British Garden Birds - Stonechat - seen loads of these on holiday!

Beautiful stonechat seen at #RSPB's Rainham Marshes #nature reserve.

One of my favourite birds, very common on - Beautiful stonechat seen at Rainham Marshes reserve.

I just put up this new piece! Little Stonechat on Etsy, $50.00

For my text tattoo, I want to commission a watercolor bird from this artist and have my tattooer put it on me with a quote that means a ton to me.

Saltimpalo ( Saxicola torquata )...

Saltimpalo ( Saxicola torquata )...

Malabrigo ::Worsted #173:: 100% Merino Yarn Stonechat

Malabrigo ::Worsted #173:: 100% Merino Yarn Stonechat

Stonechat  bird, nature, wildlife, photography

Stonechat bird, nature, wildlife, photography

Siberian Stonechat by Ehtasham ul haq - Photo 201828041 / 500px

Siberian Stonechat by Ehtasham ul haq - Photo 201828041 / 500px

Siberian stonechat by Ehtasham ul haq - Photo 207126101 / 500px

Siberian stonechat by Ehtasham ul haq - Photo 207126101 / 500px

stonechat (de Tarier pâtre).

stonechat (de Tarier pâtre).

Windswept Stonechat

Stonechat, Europe, Asia, Amazing Nature, Islands, Pets, Beauty, Wings, Feather

Siberian Stonechat ( Saxicola torqata ) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Siberian Stonechat ( Saxicola torqata ) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Stonechat female

Wildlife and Birds

Stonechat Female found on Elan Valley Estate

European stonechat

image source The European stonechat (Saxicola rubicola) is a small passerine bird that was formerly classed as a subspecies of the common stonechat. Long considered a member of the thrush family, Turdidae, genetic evidence.

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