A visit to another area of important lowland heath on a very windy morning today provided me with the opportunity to spend a little time with a typical inhabitant, the Stonechat (Saxicola rubicola), whose throaty, clicking alarm call 'vist trak-trak, vist ...' always alerts me to its presence. (Click below to listen).
They regularly move from perch to perch but never straying too far from the nesting area. Unfortunately the much drabber female only made a brief appearance above the vegetation before disappearing.
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