The cinnamon-breasted bunting (Emberiza tahapisi), or cinnamon-breasted rock-bunting, is named for its richly-coloured breast. It often forages on the ground, hopping in little shuffling steps and they feed on seeds and insects. When disturbed, it will perch on a rock it will do an about-turn or sideways shuffle. Rock buntings are found across much of sub-Saharan Africa, from Senegal to Ethiopia, through the D.R. Congo, Tanzania, Zambia, Angola and Malawi and down to South Africa.