Where to see them
It is a bird of dry, open places with bare, stony ground or very short vegetation. Its UK strongolds are in Wiltshire, around Salisbury Plain, and in Breckland, Norfolk. The best place to see them is at Weeting Heath in Norfolk, where the Norfolk Wildlife Trust has established visitor and viewing facilities.
When to see them
It arrives in March and departs in August and September.
What they eat
Worms and insects
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