The Yellowhammer is a robust 15.5–17 cm long bird, with a thick seed-eater's bill. The male has a bright yellow head, yellow underparts, and a heavily streaked brown back. The female is much duller, and more streaked below. The familiar, if somewhat monotonous, song of the cock is often described as A little bit of bread and no cheese.

Picture of the Yellowhammer has been licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution.
Original source: originally posted to Flickr as Yellowhammer (Emberiza citrinella) in New Zealand, North Island
Author: Alan VernonPermission(Reusing this file)This image, which was originally posted to, was uploaded to Commons using Flickr upload bot on 18:26, 19 December 2009 (UTC) by Snowmanradio (talk). On that date it was licensed under the license below.This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 2.0 Generic license.You are free:to share – to copy, distribute and transmit the work

The Yellowhammer is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

The Yellowhammer, Emberiza citrinella, is a passerine bird in the bunting family Emberizidae, which breeds across Europe and much of Asia. The Yellowhammer was introduced to New Zealand in 1862 and is now common and widespread there. It is probably more abundant in New Zealand now than in Europe where it is in serious decline, (in the UK the species fell by 54% between 1970 and 2003). In Europe and Asia most birds are resident, but some far northern birds migrate south in winter. More

by Yellowhammer In Memory Of Perry Lee Botone, Jr. More

The Yellowhammer is a robust 15.5–17 cm long bird, with a thick seed-eater's bill. The male has a bright yellow head, yellow underparts, and a heavily streaked brown back. The female is much duller, and more streaked below. The familiar, if somewhat monotonous, song of the cock is often described as A little bit of bread and no cheese. Its natural diet consists of insects when feeding young, and otherwise seeds. The nest is on the ground. More

yellowhammer nickname was applied to the Confederate soldiers from Alabama when a company of young cavalry soldiers from Huntsville, under the command of Rev. D.C. Kelly, arrived at Hopkinsville, KY, where Gen. Forrest's troops were stationed. The officers and men of the Huntsville company wore fine, new uniforms, whereas the soldiers who had long been on the battlefields were dressed in faded, worn uniforms. On the sleeves, collars and coattails of the new calvary troop were bits of brilliant yellow cloth. More

In summer the male Yellowhammer can look as yellow as a canary, but with thin black lines around the face and a rustier breast. Females are duller but clearly yellow and the juveniles are duller still, sometimes showing no yellow at all. They can be told from most other streaky brown birds by the combination of a rich chestnut rump and obvious white outer tail feathers. Habitat Breeds and winters in hedgerows and scrub, especially gorse and hawthorn thickets. More

Aspects of the topic yellowhammer are discussed in the following additional content sources. * Magazines * Smithtown Bancorp Selects Jack Henry. American Banker, December 6, 2006 Expand Your Research: Try searching magazines and ebooks for "yellowhammer". No results found. - Type a word or double click on any word to see a definition from the Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary. More

Yellowhammer abundance began to decline on farmland in the mid-1980s and the decline has continued ever since, the CBC trend being replicated in the CES and BBS results. The woodland CBC trend shows a longer term decline, perhaps showing problems for the species in this secondary (perhaps sink) habitat before they were apparent in the preferred farmland habitats. Yellowhammer breeding performance has tended to increase and there is some evidence that survival rates have been lower during the period of decline (Siriwardena et al. More

Like the Reed Bunting, the Yellowhammer is an infrequent visitor to garden bird tables, appearing during periods of bad winter weather, typically in rural gardens within an arable farming landscape. Description: The Yellowhammer is a rather large bunting, (about 10% longer than a Chaffinch) with a distinctly forked tail. More

* yellowhammer: meaning and definitions - yellowhammer: Definition and Pronunciation * Suggestions for spelling of encyclopedia/yellowhammer - The Infoplease spelling checker combines spelling help with our dictionary and thesaurus * Yellowhammer - Yellowhammer (The). The eggs of this bird are spotted with red. The tradition is that the bird ... More

The RSPBMale yellowhammer singingWeedy stubble left as food source for farmland birdsYellowhammers feeding on ground * A * B * C * D * E * F * G * H * I * J * K * More

The yellowhammer (correct name northern flicker) has been a symbol of Alabama since the Civil War (Alabama is often called The Yellowhammer State). Northern flickers (Colaptes auratus) range throughout the USA (red- shafted in the west and yellow-shafted flickers in the east, with interbreeding between these two color variations in between). Video of Northern Flicker with chicks courtesy of BirdCinema. More

yellowhammeryellowhammer - large flicker of eastern North America with a red neck and yellow undersurface to wings and tailColaptes auratus, yellow-shafted flickerflicker - North American woodpecker 2. More

Yellowhammers feed on seeds and invertebrates. In the winter they join mixed species flocks of buntings, finches and sparrows to feed on seed in farmland. How to identify: Buntings are streaky brown birds. The male Yellowhammer has a bright yellow head and belly, with an orangey chest. Female buntings can be very difficult to tell apart. Where: Widespread. This bird brightens up any winter hedgerow with its yellow plumage. More

Yellowhammer has excellent 24/7 tech support and more. Sign up now! Dial up numbers Find your local phone number! Look through our listing of sites and find one that is located in your area. We will be adding more numbers soon. More

yellowhammer is a division of DigiDyne, Inc., a technology-based firm located in Mobile, Alabama, which recognizes the need for an inexpensive, nationwide, dialup, reliable, Internet service. We provide solid internet connectivity and web-based services. We're looking for an experienced Oracle 8i DBA. The successful candidate must have experience with the Oracle Internet architecture. More

Yellowhammer Bars is the trading name of Company Time Limited and Sports Cafe (2008) Operations Limited. More

Did you know Yellowhammer is your number one source for Surety Bonds? We carry a full line of Court Bonds, Fidelity Bonds, License & Permit Bonds, Notary Bonds, Notary E&O, Probate & Public Official Bonds, State of Alabama Redemption Bonds and the new Medicare Supplier of Durable Medical Equipment, Prosthetics, Orthotics, and Supplies (DMEPOS) Federal Government bond through our premier carrier CNA Surety. Please don't hesitate to call (800) 594-2357 or click here to visit our surety bond website. More

Yellowhammer Limited is a Registered Trademark of Yellowhammer Limited, LLC. More

The Yellowhammer has a warm and magical feel. It's located in a historic old brick building that came into being around 1912. It was then a Ford dealership that sold the model T. Much of the original structures that were part of that operation are sill in place. It is a wonderful setting for a party or a special celebration, for which, by the way, we are also available. More

yellowhammer definition Hear it! = yellowhammer definition yellow·hammer (-ham′ər) noun 1. a small European bunting (Emberiza citrinella) having a yellow head, neck, and breast 2. ☆ yellow-shafted flicker Origin: altered by folk etym. More

vues paulcking — 19 novembre 2007 — A Yellowhammer (male) in full song on Yorkshire moorland. paulcking — 19 novembre 2007 — A Yellowhammer (male) in full song on Yorkshire moorland. More

joined us here at Yellowhammer Press, adding his muted, eerie portraits to the eclectic YHP mix. Relying on images emerging straight from his imagination, Peacock avoids detail and instead lays down his subjects in broad raw strokes. The hushed blue and green backdrops are subdued starting points for surprisingly aggressive figures, half-formed and leaving it up to the viewer to conjure up his own ideas of what may lurk in Peacock’s shadowy forms. More

Picture of Emberiza citrinella above has been licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial.
Original source: Jiří Duchoň
-Jiří Duchoň -Author: Jiří Duchoň
Permission: Some rights reserved
Order : Passeriformes
Family : Emberizidae
Genus : Emberiza
Species : citrinella
Authority : Linnaeus, 1758