Rufous-tailed Scrub-robin (Rufous Bush Chat)
Cercotrichas galactotes
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The rufous-tailed scrub-robin, also called the rufous bush chat, is a palearctic migrant in Tanzania from October to April. Note the off-white brow-line and the white and black tail tip. The upper photographs were taken at the TPC sugar cane plantation near Moshi (12-10), courtesy of Anabel Harries. The 2nd row bird was at at Idodi (1-17), courtesy of Florence Holmen; the 3rd row bird, at Samburu (Kenya, 2-12), courtesy of Karine Van der Vurst; the 4th row (Maasai Steppe, 1-21), courtesy of Per Holmen; and the bottom white-winged form, at Same (4-19), courtesy of Sadik Kassam.
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Anabel Harries, Karine Van der Vurst, Florence Holmen
Sadik Kassam, Per Holmen

Last Update this page: 4-21-21