Buff-streaked chat
Appearance
The male's black face, throat and wings and buffy underparts are diagnostic. The white eye-stripe extends down the side on the neck and into a characteritic 'V' on the mantle.
Female differs from juvenile Capped Wheatear in having a buff (not white) rump. Juvenile is mottled with black and buff above and below, and has a rufous rump.
Habitat
Rock-strewn, grassy hill slopes.
Call
Loud, rich warbling, including mimicry of other birds' songs.

Names
(en) Buff-streaked chat
(sc) Campicoloides bifasciata
(nl) Streeptapuit
(af) Bergklipwagter