Capped Wheatear — de Wets Wild

Oenanthe pileata The Capped Wheatear inhabits dry, grassy or scrubby plains with open or overgrazed patches and often a rocky substrate, as well as recently ploughed or harvested fields. They feed on a very wide range of invertebrates and occasionally seeds and fruit. They move considerable distances after suitable habitat as their habitat changes with […]

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