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What do Black Wheatears eat?


Well, that’s exactly what José A Hodar studied in the Guadix basin, south-east Spain, between 1989 and 1991. And how did he do that? Well, he collected some fecal samples (yes, Black Wheatear poo) and analyzed it. What he found … Continue reading

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Are the fires good news for the environment?


More fires in Sierra Cabrera? This is not necessarily bad for some species. Some years ago a study in Catalonia described an increase in the Black Wheatear (Oenanthe leucura) population after fires. The Black Wheatear is a species associated to arid … Continue reading

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