build a neat cup nest in crevices, holes or even strange artificial
sites such as discarded kettles.
Grass, moss and dead leaves, lined with hair and wool.
Insects and worms, normally caught by swooping. It is relatively unafraid of humans and likes to come close when anyone is digging
the soil to reap the spoils.
Bright orange-red breast, face, throat and cheeks edged
with grey, a white belly and olive-brown upper parts.
Late March. Clutches 2-3.
3-9. White or pale blue with reddish spots.