French: Gobemouche à taches grises German: Strichelschnäpper Spanish: Papamoscas estriado
near Takoo (= Ta-ku), northern China
NE China (N Inner Mongolia, Heilongjiang and Jilin), N Korea, SE Russia (Amurland, Ussuriland, C & S Kamchatka), Sakhalin and Kuril Is; non-breeding Taiwan, Philippines, N Borneo, Sulawesi, E Lesser Sundas (Wetar, Leti), Moluccas and W New Guinea.
12·5–14 cm; 15·1–17·4 g. Small, long-winged grey flycatcher with prominent dark grey streaks on underparts, long primary projection. Crown is... read more
Song short, fairly quiet twittering phrases incorporating a variety of whistling notes; male starts... read more
Breeds mainly in larch (Larix) forest and forest edges; occasionally in lowland dense... read more
Food and feeding
Diet not well known, includes small invertebrates; recorded also as hovering to take berries. Usually solitary, occasionally in pairs;... read more
Details from Russian Far East. Season mid-May to late Jul; single-brooded. Apparently monogamous. Solitary, territorial. Nest built by both... read more
Migratory. Departs from breeding area in Aug to mid-Oct, passage in C Japan Aug to mid-Oct, through... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Uncommon in NE China; rare or scarce in Russia; fairly common in most of non-breeding range, but rare in N & C Borneo. Present in Xianghai... read more
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