Cinnamon-breasted Bunting, South Africa — de Wets Wild

Emberiza tahapisi Cinnamon-breasted Buntings, or to call them by a previous colloquial name Rock Buntings, inhabit stony and rocky slopes and hillsides, rocky outcrops, dry rocky streambeds, bare stony patches and even abandoned quarries and borrow-pits in woodland, savanna and grassland, and are regularly seen foraging on road verges. They are mainly seed-eaters but include […]

Cinnamon-breasted Bunting — de Wets Wild

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