Cirl bunting — Emberiza cirlus

The male of this species is easily distinguished by its striking head and breast pattern, particularly the dark blackish throat. In contrast, the female is more drab and streaky, with finer dark streaking, a more boldly striped head, and a grayish rump (rather than a bright rusty one), distinguishing it from the Yellowhammer. When in …

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