Evergreen Forest Warbler
Bradypterus lopezi
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The evergreen forest warbler is a skulking forest understory bird, found in the dense undergrowth of montane forests in southern and eastern Tanzania. Note the brown-grey color above and below, the pale supercillium and disheveled tail. The upper photo was taken near Mufindi, courtesy of Andy Perkin; the 2nd row, on the Rondo Plateau (3-19), courtesy Ameet Mandavia; the 3rd row, Magamba Forest (11-21), courtesy Per Holmen; and the bottom two, on Rubondo Island (8-21), courtesy of Amos Pampy Hardecker.
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Andy Perkin, Ameet Mandavia, Amos Pampy Hardecker, Per Holmen

Last Update this page: 11-24-21