Scientific Name: Emberiza stewarti Common Name: White-capped Bunting Other Names: Chestnut-breasted Bunting
Identifying Features: White head, black band over eyes, white breast, brown wings, black eyebrow, small white crest, white plumage
- White-capped Bunting mostly fly in flocks. It is not unusual to spot a group of more than 100 birds.
- They are mostly found in boreal forests and temperate grasslands.
This image was clicked by Imran Shah – via Flickr.
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