Examples from the Web for whinchat
The redstart and nightingale are most subject to this; it sometimes also happens to the fauvette, and also to the whinchat.
The same is true of the Whinchat, and one would scarcely expect to find this bird attacking Buntings as it sometimes does.
It is difficult to put oneself in the place of the Stonechat or of the Whinchat.
Mr Harvie Brown saw it at Aultbea in 1884, more abundantly than the whinchat.Gairloch In North-West Ross-Shire|John H. Dixon, F.S.A. Scot
It is not so tender as the whinchat, some few of them occasionally stopping in this country all the winter.