The Yellowhammer(Emberiza citrinella) is nesting in Europe and in Western and Central Asia.
The Little Bunting (Emberiza pusilla) nests on the taiga in the north-eastern Europe and northern Asia, from northern Scandinavia and east in a relatively narrow belt around the Arctic Circle in Siberia to the Pacific. It is a migratory bird that winters in northern India, southern China and northern parts of Southeast Asia.
The Ortolan buntin (Emberiza hortulana) is a migratory bird that occurs as a breeding bird in most countries in Europe and western Asia as far east as Mongolia.
The Rustic Bunting (Emberiza rustica) is nesting in the taiga in a belt from northern Scandinavia and east to the Bering Strait.
The Snow Bunting (Plectrophenax nivalis) is found in the northern hemisphere and hedges in the circumpolar Arctic. There are a few isolated populations that nest on high mountain peaks south of the Arctic region, including the Cairngorm in central Scotland and Saint Elias Mountains on the southern boundary between Alaska and the Yukon. The entire world population is migratory birds, except the population of Iceland, and they move to northern temperate regions.