I'd occasionally wondered why an bird living on upland moors has an arable-sounding name, but it's a bowdlerised form of 'white arse' – nothing to do with ears of wheat.
The eye stripe identifies this one as a male.
This wall marks the county boundary; this side is in North Yorkshire, whilst the other side, and the summit of Gragareth, is in Lancashire.
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