Corn bunting

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Corn bunting – Emberiza calandra – is a small resident/migratory Eurasian passerine of Type – granivore, Family Emberizidae and Order Passeriformes. It has dispersed resident populations from W Europe to Kazakhstan but with a few significant additional wintering areas. In the AWB Region it is resident in the N coastal Maghreb states, Cyprus and a small area in the S Caucasus. The main wintering areas are around the coasts of the Arabian Gulf and the coastal areas of Oman, the S Levant into N Egypt, and intermittently along the coastline of Libya and into SE Tunisia. It has been greatly affected by changing agricultural practices.

Type - granivore - 
Typical Habitat - open country with trees, farmland, 

Order:	Passeriformes
Family:	Emberizidae
Genus:	Emberiza

Species -	Emberiza calandra
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