Yellow-browed Seedeater
Crithagra whytii
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The yellow-browed seedeater is a northeast African endemic. It is similar to the streaky seedeater except for the yellow supercilium, face and necklace. It is uncommon and seen at mid- and low altitude forest edges in western Tanzania. The upper photos were taken at Ibaga-Makete (4-09). The left middle photo was taken in Mufindi (1-16), courtesy of Per Holmen; the right middle, in Kidabaga (4-08), courtesy of Michael Poulsen; the lower (Kitulo, 1-17), courtesy of Florence Holmen.
 
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Michael Poulsen, Florence & Per Holmen

Last Update this page: 5-13-17