|In a hedge, bush or in brambles
Insects, such as caterpillars
and flies. in the winter,
they feed on fruit, such as berries.
The male has the small black cap from which the species
gets its name, whereas in the female the cap is light brown.
13 -15 cm.
Starts Mid April. 1 to 2 clutches.
4 to 6. A smooth and glossy pale buff egg
with dark markings.