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saxicola rubetra

  1. Female whinchat

    Female whinchat

  2. Whinchat


  3. Female whinchat

    Female whinchat

  4. Whinchat


    Looked for it during the day and after the thunderstorm in the early evening but could not see it.
  5. Whinchat on Gorse

    Whinchat on Gorse

    Spotted the Whinchat yesterday on a walk but, is this the same bird or a female?
  6. Southwards


    Late afternoon. A migratory whinchat made a stopover in Munich.
  7. Whinchat


  8. For crying out loud.....Whinchat

    For crying out loud.....Whinchat

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  11. Whinchat


  12. whinchat


    no mistaken with the Serbian stonechats by those long primaries and spots on the tail. managed only few shots this was very unfriendly. hope you like it. sorry not commenting much, i will do that in the weekend.
  13. Whinchat


    Captured on the day before they destroyed their feeding habitat. Not one migratory species yesterday afternoon and today. It was a week with Common redstarts, Wheatear, Spotted flycatchers, European pied flycatchers and Whinchats. In the past also Red-backed shrikes and Stonechats. Sounds to me...
  14. Very exemplary

    Very exemplary

    Grassland management in Munich for birds on migration. Two days ago, I spotted Whinchats, Common redstarts, European pied flycatchers and a Northern wheatear. The right picture shows the same meadow today. Every year the same. Instead of waiting for a few more weeks, to support migrating birds...
  15. Whinchat


    Communicating with other whinchats. Wildflower meadows attract birds on migration. Put simply and easy to understand, isn´t it?
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  17. Whinchat


  18. Female Whinchat

    Female Whinchat

    The bird picked a lovely perch and I took a few shots. This one's my favourite.
  19. 184- Saxicola rubetra Whinchat- 16 mai 2012.jpg

    184- Saxicola rubetra Whinchat- 16 mai 2012.jpg

    Tarier des prés - Saxicola rubetra - Whinchat
  20. whinchat


    was happy to finally be able to get one in Spring migration, usually it easier to get them in the Autumn migration. thanks so much.
  21. Singing in the rain. Whinchat.

    Singing in the rain. Whinchat.

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  24. Whinchat


    At least 3 on heath
  25. Winchat