Stonechat Animal Pictures

Saxicola torquatus, Saxicola caprata, and others

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European stonechat male ( Saxicola rubicola )

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Stonechats have an extensive range, covering over 100 countries across three continents.

Early departure for Roche Ecrite on the island of Reunion welcomed on the trail by the wonderful song of the Réunion stonechat

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Their songs are harsh and sound like two rocks hitting together.

The Siberian stonechat or Asian stonechat Saxicola maurus is a recently validated species of the Old World flycatcher family. Like the other thrush-like flycatchers

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Most stonechats are either nonmigratory, meaning they are residents in their environments. Some species are partial migrants who may move slightly south for winter.