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Hilly terrain with rough grassland and small bushes.
Gap of Dunloe
No problem! I think they do mate for life, they are seen in pairs during both breeding and non-breeding season. How wonderful to have spotted a couple!
@LauraMaria @SarahHiteWhitt Thanks! Looks like I've spotted both male (http://www.projectnoah.org/spottings/609...) and female on the same fence. Do they form lifetime couples?
Thanks Laura! I am not up on my birds - am learing! I agree with you on the ID!
Aww, it's a stonechat again but a female this time! Such gorgeous colours in this photo, I love it :)
Sedge Wren? Nice pic!
Spotted on May 9, 2011 Submitted on May 9, 2011