Red-winged starling
Appearance
The bright chestnut flight feathers with dark tips and dark (not orange) eyes differentiate this species from Pale-Winged Starling.
Female has an ash-grey head and upper breast. Juvenile resembles male.
Habitat
Rocky ravines, cliffs and suburbia.
Call
A clear, whistled 'cherleeeeoo', and a variety of other, musical whistles.

Names
(en) Red-winged starling
(sc) Onychognathus morio
(nl) Roodvleugelspreeuw
(af) Rooivlerkspreeu