Long-tailed (Tabora) Cisticola
Cisticola angusticauda
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The long-tailed or Tabora cisticola is identified by its rufous crown, long tail and uniformly grey back. It is found from central to northwestern Tanzania. The upper two photos were taken in the Grumeti Reserve (7-18 & 7-19), courtesy of Gary Douglas; the left 3rd row photo, in Kisolanza (12-15), courtesy of Per Holmen; the left 4th row bird, in the northern Serengeti (9-11), courtesy of Colin Beale; and the right 3rd row bird, Magangwe, (6-18); and the left 5th row bird, in Kageyo (Rwanda, 8-10), courtesy of Jason Anderson. The bottom four photos were taken in the Masai Mara along the Tanzanian border (9-13), courtesy of Tommy Pedersen.
 
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All unattributed images on this website are:
copyright © 2001-18 Ron Eggert or David Peterson
All other images are the property of the indicated photographers:
Jason Anderson, Colin Beale, Tommy Pedersen, Per Holmen, Gary Douglas

Last Update this page: 7-27-19