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Old Tuesday 20th May 2014, 09:07   #1
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Sheffield - Padley Gorge

Identification help!! Female Stonechats and not Whinchats?

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Old Tuesday 20th May 2014, 09:12   #2
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Stonechats, yes. Whinchats have a much more prominent supercilium.
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Old Tuesday 20th May 2014, 09:40   #3
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Old Tuesday 20th May 2014, 15:54   #4
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Yup, Stonechats. There's probably Whinchats across the road at Burbage Moor though if you need one
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Old Tuesday 20th May 2014, 16:39   #5
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Padley Gorge is still in Derbyshire as far as I know. Unless those pesky Yorkshiremen are trying to claim it as their own
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Old Tuesday 20th May 2014, 20:13   #6
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Agree Stonechat, though pics 2-3 show a surprisingly pale individual (so I'm not surprised at the potential for confusion with Whinchat).
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