Brown Woodland Warbler
Psylloscopus umbrovirens
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The brown woodland warbler, endemic to northeast Africa, is found in montane forests. The upper bird was seen in the Noh Forest (1-11). The 2nd & right 4th row birds were seen in the Meru Forest (3-09). The 3rd row bird was in Arusha NP (4-13), courtesy of Paul Oliver. The left 4th row bird was also seen in Arusha NP (7-09). The 5th row hoto was taken in the Meru Forest (10-22), courtey of Per Holmen. Note the distinctive greenish edges to the wing and tail feathers, well shown in the lower images taken at the Marangu gate, Mt. Kilimanjaro NP (1-09), courtesy of Brent Beach.

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Brent Beach, Paul Oliver, Per Holmen

Last Update this page: 3-04-23