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Northern wheatear - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The northern wheatear or wheatear (Oenanthe oenanthe) is a small passerine bird that was formerly classed as a member of the thrush family Turdidae, but is now more ...

Northern Wheatear -

Northern Wheatear: Breeds in Alaska and parts of northern Canada; also Eurasia. Eastern Canada birds migrate east through Greenland and Europe, and winter in Africa.

Northern Wheatear | Audubon Field Guide

On fall weekends in the northeast, birders sometimes hope (but never expect) to find a Wheatear. This small chat enters the North American arctic from both directions ...

Northern WheatearBirds of North America Online

The Northern Wheatear has a wide breeding range that extends from northern Europe and Asia south to the Middle East and North Africa, and includes Iceland, Greenland ...

Northern wheatear videos, photos and facts - Oenanthe ...

A small, mainly ground-dwelling bird, the northern wheatear (Oenanthe oenanthe) is a rather attractive species with marked differences in seasonal plumage.

Northern Wheatear - Birding Identifications - HMH

Learn how to identify the Northern Wheatear by its field marks, size, similar species, voice, habitat and much more!

Wheatear - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

In the case of the wheatear, it refers to the northern wheatear's return to Greece in the spring just as the grapevines blossom. [3] Description

Migrating Northern Wheatears Go the Distance—and Pack ...

Migrating Northern Wheatears Go the Distance—and Pack Accordingly By Wesley Hochachka October 1, 2014. 0. Adult male Northern Wheatear in breeding plumage, Alaska.

Northern Wheatear | Boreal Songbird Initiative

Guide to Boreal Birds « Comprehensive Guide to Boreal Birds. Enlarge © Aviceda/Wikimedia Commons (CC 3.0) Northern Wheatear. Northern Wheatear. Oenanthe oenanthe.

The RSPB: Wheatear

Conservation status: Green. The wheatear is a small mainly ground-dwelling bird. It hops or runs on the ground. It is blue-grey above with black wings and white below ...