whinchat

[ UK /wˈɪnt‍ʃæt/ ]
NOUN
  1. brown-and-buff European songbird of grassy meadows
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How To Use whinchat In A Sentence

  • Plenty stonechats, whinchats, wheatear, both adults and young were abundant in numbers.
  • The bulk of the whinchats pass through Mersea from mid-August to mid-September and in the previous years there has been the occasional double figure count in some parts of the Island.
  • Evidence of breeding for both wheatears and whinchats would be particularly welcomed by the County Recorder!
  • Insect life is increasing rapidly, encouraging birds such as snipe, curlew, grasshopper warbler, sedge warbler, and whinchat.
  • On 12 th April, 2 hoopoes, 2 wrynecks, a nightingale, 2 citrine wagtails, a black-eared wheatear, 15 redstarts, a whinchat, a robin, a Menetries’ and 23 willow warblers, a spotted flycatcher and 4 scaly-breasted munias were in Mushrif Palace Gardens.
  • Where a cover of bracken is found, it provides nesting cover for other bird species, particularly whinchats and wheatears.
  • The whinchat is a summer visitor and passage migrant.
  • Fri Aug 24, 2007 11: 25 am Post subject: local patch hello, I've just been for a walk and had a great morning in the field next to my house, I've seen lots but I'm not sure whether 2 birds in my field are whinchats of female stonechats, if they were stonechats, there is no sign of a male, What do you think?
  • Also noteworthy was that at least 10 of the red-backed shrikes, one of the lesser greys and both the wagtails and whinchats were taking advantage of the extensive new Presidential Palace Hotel lawns.
  • I'd go with the whinchat too, and female rather than male also.
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