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  1. Stonechat. Irish Name: Caislín cloch: Scientific name: Saxicola torquata: Bird Family: Chats: green Conservation status. Status. Widespread resident in scrubland throughout Ireland, mainly near the coast. Scarce in the midlands. Identification. About the same size as a Robin. Frequently sits on exposed perches and so not difficult to observe.
  2. The Stonechat is a Robin size chat that frequents sparsely vegetated areas such as moors, Open pasture land and marsh type habitats. It is a bird that is often easy to see as it has a convenient habit of perching in full view.
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  4. A small, dumpy chat, the stonechat is a little smaller than a robin. It has a big head and short tail. It can frequently be seen sitting on the top of gorse bushes, flicking its wings and making a call like two small stones being hit together. Stonechats inhabit heaths, bogs and conifer plantations.
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  7. Chunky little bird of open landscapes; often sits on exposed perches. Breeding male has a black head, broad white half-collar, and rusty-red chest. Non-breeding male is patchier, with a paler head and chest. Female is predominantly streaky brown above, with a weaker, less contrasting face and chest pattern. European Stonechat is very similar, and can pose identification problems where the.
  8. Often seen perched on top of small bushes the Stonechat can be a cheeky little bird, calling it's distinctive alarm call in defiance of human intrusion in it's territory. It name derives from that very call which sounds like two stones being knocked together.
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