French: Gobemouche de Palawan German: Palawanschnäpper Spanish: Papamoscas de Palawan
A. W. H. Blasius, 1888,
Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines.
Palawan, in W Philippines.
11–12 cm; 11–13 g. Small size, short-tailed, skulking, forest flycatcher. Head and upperparts to rump are deep rufous-brown, uppertail-coverts and tail bright... read more
Song, most often given early around dawn, is a rasping, high-pitched and variable “zeee-zawww”, “... read more
Lowland primary forest and secondary growth, up to 1000 m; appears to show preference for areas... read more
Food and feeding
Food items not well known, but include small invertebrates. Usually solitary; shy, secretive and easily overlooked. Forages in dense... read more
Season May–Sept; birds in breeding condition in May, Jul and early Aug. No other information available.
Status and conservation
VULNERABLE. Restricted-range species: present in Palawan EBA. Uncommon or rare within its small range; possibly under-recorded owing to its highly secretive nature. Since... read more
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