Bird Families

Gray Bunting / Emberiza variabilis

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Migrant. Nesting area: Coniferous and mixed forests and thickets of dwarf bamboo, mainly in hilly or mountainous areas.

It keeps hidden in the thicket of bushes in pairs or flocks.

Location of the nest and its description: On a bush, low above the ground. Egg laying time: June. Color and size of eggs: White with red-gray lines.

In the female and juveniles, the plumage is lighter and more brownish, there is a rusty coating on the back, and the throat, chest and abdomen are dirty whitish with dark streaks.

Bile Bunting (Emberiza bruniceps)

Appearance: In the male, the head and throat are rusty-brown, the back and upper tail are brownish-greenish, the tail and wings are brown, the entire underside of the body is bright yellow. In females and juveniles, the upper part of the body is yellowish-gray, the lower one is dirty yellowish-white.
The size: From a sparrow.

Features: The male is similar to the red bunting male, differing in a greenish back and a bright yellow coloration of the underside of the body, but these species do not occur together. The female is very similar to the female black-headed bunting, but they also do not occur together.

Habits: It feeds on the ground. The male sings, sitting on top of a bush or on a wire. It keeps in pairs during nesting time, in the rest - in flocks.
Nature of stay: Migrant.

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