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Gray whelk in the pyrenees

Male gray whelk.

Male gray whelk.


The gray wheatear (Oenanthe oenanthe), is a migratory bird that after spending the reproductive period in the Pyrenees, returns to central Africa to spend the winter. It is an insectivorous bird, in the Pyrenees we can find it in supra-forest meadows with the presence of rocks. In them it captures its prey and makes its nests taking advantage of existing holes.


Youth gray whelk.

Youth gray whelk.


Male and female, they have plumage with a different coloration, being the male of more showy colors.


Female gray whelk in the rock.

Female gray whelk in the rock.


Tags: pirineo, pirineu, pyrenees, bergueda



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