French: Pouillot à grands sourcils German: Gelbbrauen-Laubsänger Spanish: Mosquitero bilistado
near Calcutta, India
N Russia from middle and upper R Pechora and Urals E to E Siberia (R Anadyr region and Sea of Okhotsk), S to NE Altai, N Mongolia, Baikal Mts, NE China and perhaps N Korea; winters in NE Indian Subcontinent E to SE Asia and Taiwan.
10–11 cm; 4·3–6·5 g. A medium-sized, slim, fine-billed and bright olive-green leaf-warbler with long whitish supercilium and (usually) two... read more
Song, late Apr to late Aug, occasionally by migrants in Oct, a short series of high-pitched call... read more
Breeds between 1000 m and 2440 m in variety of broadleaf woodlands, including birch (Betula... read more
Food and feeding
Food mostly small invertebrates, including springtails (Collembola), mayflies (Ephemeroptera), damselflies and dragonflies (Odonata),... read more
Jun–Jul; in Russia fledglings in early Jun in Ussuri, late Jul in C Siberia and up to early Aug farther N; one brood. Territorial,... read more
Migratory. Entire population moves between SE & SW to non-breeding grounds from C Nepal E to SE... read more
Status and conservation
Not globally threatened. Common and widespread; locally abundant. Population in extreme W of range, in Komi Republic area of European Russia, estimated at 45,000–46,000... read more
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