What is another word for common stonechat?

Pronunciation: [kˈɒmən stˈə͡ʊnt͡ʃat] (IPA)

The common stonechat is a small bird species belonging to the family of thrushes and chats. It is also known by several other names, including the European stonechat, Moorland Chat, Heather Chat, and Whinchat. The common stonechat is found in Europe, Asia, and Africa and is known for its distinctive plumage of orange-red breast, white neck patch, and black head. The bird is commonly seen perched on bushes and shrubs, flicking its wings and calling out in a sharp tone. Despite its wide distribution, the common stonechat is showing a decline in numbers due to habitat loss and other human activities.

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