Wheatear sentence example

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  • A male White Wagtail was in the carpark and a rather bedraggled male Wheatear was on the short turf near the beach.
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  • Moorland birds include red grouse, snipe, curlew, wheatear and whinchat as well as ring ouzel.
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  • Breckland has its own wildlife specialities, such as wheatear, the rare stone curlew and Breckland thyme and Spiked speedwell.
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  • We had excellent views of a Desert Wheatear perched on a small acacia bush and Julia found a male stonechat perched on stubble.
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  • A dry well grazed area produced three woodchat shrikes along with masked shrike, 3 species of wheatear and hundreds of flava wagtail species.
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  • Summer migrants on passage include wheatear, whinchat, yellow wagtail, tern species and many species of waders.
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  • Black-eared wheatear A gorgeous pale throated male north of the quarry, several around the barren northern shore of LE.
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  • Northern wheatear By far the commonest wheatear Isabelline wheatear Few seen in the more bushy, cultivated areas.
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  • Nathan Wheatear prefers not to spend his life as a rat catcher.
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  • We had excellent views of a Desert Wheatear perched on a small acacia bush and Julia found a male Stonechat perched on stubble.
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  • First four birds were red rumped wheatear, trumpeter finch, short toed lark, and Temmincks horned lark.
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  • Northern wheatear: quite common, eg around Akrotiri salt lake.
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  • One of the characteristics of a black wheatear nest is that it contains a pile of stones near the entrance.
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  • White crowned black wheatear oenanthe leucopyga A new bird for most of the group seen at Philae and the High Dam.
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  • She offered them a plate of pie each and they ate with relish - wheatear pie was considered a great delicacy.
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  • Northern Wheatear By far the commonest wheatear Isabelline wheatear Few seen in the more bushy, cultivated areas.
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  • Desert wheatear Oenanthe deserti An already reported bird, scarce in the region, was seen by us at Dona Paula on 25th.
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