Bird Families

Gray-headed Bunting (Latin, Emberiza spodocephala)


Gray-headed Bunting - Emberiza spodocephala

In the male, the head and neck are dark gray, the throat is black, the top is brownish, the chest and abdomen are yellowish, on the sides of the tail are white stripes.

The female's head and top are grayish, the sides are in dark streaks. The beak is brown. Breeds on forest edges, clearings and damp meadows with bushes in the south of Siberia and the Far East to the west to the Yenisei valley. Migratory view. The song is a loud "ti-ti-tii", the scream is a quiet metallic "tick".

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Gray-headed bunting

  • Superclass Tetrapoda Class Birds Aves
  • Order Passeriformes - Passeriformes
  • Suborder Singing Passerines - Oscines group Passerida
  • Family Oatmeal - Emberizidae
  • Subfamily · Oatmeal [Plantains] - Emberizinae
  • Genus Real oatmeal - Emberiza

Gray-headed Bunting - Emberiza spodocephala, Pallas - Small Bunting. In the male, the head, neck, craw and breast are gray, the underside is white, slightly yellowish with weak buffy-brown streaks on the sides. The singing male sits at the top of the bush or in the middle of it. Shout is a soft tick-tick. The song is a pretty loud "tee-tee-tee".

A characteristic small bird of willows, wild cherries and other floodplain thickets, often with an admixture of fir and spruce. Occurs both along river valleys. The nest is built on the ground or in a pile of branches one meter from the ground. The nest is imperfect, the tray is lined with horsehair. Clutch - 4-5 pale bluish-gray eggs with brown specks.

Based on materials from the site: Birds of Central Siberia.

Gray-headed bunting is common in Central and Eastern Siberia, Korea, Japan and Eastern China. It nests in bushy thickets in river floodplains, on forest edges or clearings. Migrant. Winters in South and Southeast Asia. It feeds on insects, their larvae and spiders in summer, seeds and other plant foods in winter.