Djebel Mahmel, Algeria.
Usually treated as conspecific with O. oenanthe, but differs in its black vs peachy-buff chin and throat in male (3); black vs black-mottled white underwing-coverts in male (1); paler (often plain whitish) breast and underparts in male (1); wing shorter (effect size –0.58; score 1); bill and tail rather longer (effect size for bill 2.49; score 2); song “slower, lower, richer” (HBW) (allow at least 1). Monotypic.
NW Africa: N Morocco (Rif S to Middle and High Atlas, C Anti-Atlas) and NE Algeria (Aurès and Djurdjura Mts); non-breeding W Africa (mainly SW Mauritania and Senegal to W Mali, occasionally in S Morocco).
Food and feeding
Status and conservation
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