Myioparus plumbeus  Grey Tit-Flycatcher  Waaierstertvlieëvanger
Grey Tit-Flycatcher
Lapalala Wilderness, Nov 2018

A breeding resident. Fairly common and widespread across the Waterberg and essentially absent from the surrounding thorn savanna (99% in, 1% out; recorded in 58% of the Waterberg pentads); frequents woodland, especially along drainage lines and at the base of hills and ridges; occurs singly or in pairs; an unobtrusive bird that keeps to the canopy of leafy trees, giving away its presence by its wispy song. Breeds in summer.
Grey Tit-Flycatcher Waterberg distribution
Grey Tit-Flycatcher
Moon River, Dec 2017

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