Common Stonechat

Common Stonechat (Saxicola) is a species of ‘Old World Flycatcher’ found mainly in wetlands. The males have a black head, a white half-collar, a black back, a white rump, and a black tail Females have brown on the head.

Common Stonechat

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  1. The male White-headed Marsh-Tyrant has a black body; white head; yellowish lower mandible. Female has brown upperparts; black tail; dull white underparts, sides of head, fore-crown. Similar to: Masked Water-Tyrant . Masked Water-Tyrant has black mask; female White-headed Marsh-Tyrant does not.

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