It’s a male.
by Martin G.
Which is not much of a clue. It’s not easy, but interesting I hope :).
I watched this bird with Sander Bot and Mick Cunningham in the Beit She’an Valley in Israel a couple of weeks ago. Israel hosts at least 3 stonechat taxa and probably up to 5. So it’s a great place to learn the stonechats.
Only one person was bold enough to put a name to it (Portland’s Grahame Walbridge) when a photo was first put up here, so I have now added 3 more photos in the hope that it will at least pique some more curiosity. Whaddya think?
Which one is it?