• Common Name: Whinchat

    Species: Saxicola rubetra

    Conservation Status: Least Concern

    Population Trend: Decreasing

    Size: Lenght from 12 to 14cm, Weight from 14 to 18g

    Diet: Invertebrates

    Sex: Males have a an orangy belly during the summer, while in winter they are more uniformly rusty brown. Females and juveniles have brown cheeks and are duller in color. (Illustrations of male Whinchat)