Buff-bellied Warbler
Phyllolais pulchella
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The buff-bellied warbler is usually seen foraging in the canopy of acacia trees. The upper bird was seen at Naabi gate (5-20), courtesy of Per Holmen; the 2nd row bird, Same (4-19), is courtesy of Sadik Kassam. The next four photos were taken at Manyara Ranch (11-10). The warbler in its nest was photographed in Olduvai Gorge (1-07). The right lower photo (Minziro, 7-16), is also courtesy of Per Holmen. Note the white outer tail feathers and the thin bill with pink lower mandible. The other birds were seen in Tarangire (7-08). Click the photo above to see 12 enlargements including immatures.
 
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All unattributed images on this website are:
copyright © 2001-21 Ron Eggert or David Peterson
All other images are the property of the indicated photographers:
Colin Beale, Paul Oliver, Per Holmen, Sadik Kassam

Last Update this page: 8-15-20