|They often nest in rock crevices
or disused burrows.
Both sexes have a white rump and tail, with a black inverted
T-pattern at the end of the tail. The
summer male has grey upperparts, buff
throat and black
wings and face mask. In autumn it resembles the female
apart from the black wings. The female is pale brown above
and buff below with darker brown wings.
April - July. 1 - 2 broods.
5 - 6