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Hello again, Fabrixio! :classic_biggrin:

This looks like a female/immature Whinchat (Saxicola rubetra). This bird is found in open country, often perching atop bushes and fences. Adult males are distinctive, with a bold white eyebrow, dark cheeks, and peachy-orange breast. Females are duller but note the distinctive scalloped back and bold white eyebrow.

In flight, note the distinctive white bases/sides of the tail.

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