The beautiful Yellowhammer sings his song in the heat of the summer afternoon, a cheerful repetitive song he keeps up all day long. He will usually sing from an exposed perch, such as a fence post or wire, or a bush top or open branch.
The Yellowhammer is a bunting, rather than the finch that most think of him as, they have a long white edged tail, with a flat topped head, with a thinner top beak.
They frequent bushes, hedgerows and heath land, also, the Gorse an...
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