Published in HBW Volume 11 on page 99.
Original HBW caption:
The Semi-collared Flycatcher breeds in south-east Europe and the Middle East, especially Iran. Roughly half the population is thought to breed in Turkey. In the non-breeding season the entire population migrates to East Africa, where it is found in a relatively small area from Sudan south to Tanzania. In the breeding range it is reliant on native broadleaf forests, mainly of oak and hornbeam, a habitat increasingly threatened by logging interests and general clearance. The species is listed as Near-threatened, and its habitat deserves protection to ensure its long-term survival.
This is the most up-to-date checklist of bird species and subspecies recorded in Europe, North Africa and the Middle East, including Iran and the Arabian Peninsula – the ‘greater’ Western Palearctic. Species are presented in systematic order, and each species entry includes scientific and English names, taxonomic notes, distribution and range/vagrancy occurrences within the region.
CitationHanne and Jens Eriksen, IBC1005187. Accessible at hbw.com/ibc/1005187.
Hanne and Jens Eriksen, IBC1005187. Photo of Semi-collared Flycatcher Ficedula semitorquata at Musandam Governorate, Oman. Accessible at hbw.com/ibc/1005187.
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