Corn Bunting

An inconspicuous brownish bird with dark stripes on breast and flanks, both sexes are similarly colored. The defining characteristic is a robust beak, which betrays the bird’s predilection for plant seeds. The optimal habitat is an open landscape with small fields, grassland, shrubbery, hedges, or riverside vegetation. The nest is almost always on the ground among grass cover, and only exceptionally in shrubs or low trees.

 

Corn Bunting

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