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One would not expect to find a wheatear in a wood, or a wren in a reed-bed.
Chat, chat, n. a genus of small birds in the thrush family, of which the wheatear is a familiar example.
Another blemish of a minor kind in the ‘Ode to a Star’ is that of rhyming “meteor” with “wheatear.”Old Familiar Faces|Theodore Watts-Dunton
The sycamore by the ruined chancel pattered in the breeze, and the wheatear's last notes came from its top-most bough.A Son of Hagar|Sir Hall Caine
That delightful, restless little bird, the stonechat, is a near relation of the wheatear.