East African Citril

La Palisse Hotel, Kigali, Rwanda

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Original source: Stephen Berry
Author: Stephen Berry

The East African Citril is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

The East African Citril (Serinus hypostictus) is a species of finch in the Fringillidae family.It is found in Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania, and Zambia.Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical moist lowland forest. More

East African citril East African citrils (Serinus hypostictus) black-faced canary black-faced canaries (Serinus capistratus) papyrus canary papiesrus canaries (Serinus koliensis) forest canary forest canaries (Serinus scotops) white-rumped seedeater white-rumped seedeaters (Serinus leucopygius) olive-rumped serin olive-rumped serins (Serinus rothschildi) yellow-throated seedeater yellow-throated seedeaters (Serinus flavigula) Abyssinian yellow-rumped seedeater Abyssinian yellow-rumped seedeaters (Serinus xanthopygius) Kenya yellow-rumped seedeater Kenya yellow-rumped seedeaters (Serinus reichenowi) More

Grey faced race / species East African Citril - Kisumu on 13/11 Black-faced race / species Western Citril - Thompson's falls 19/11 & Blue Posts 25/11 Kenya Yellow-rumped Seedeater (Serinus reichenowi) 1 Kisumu on 13/11 & 2 Nairobi N.P. 26/11. White-bellied Canary (Serinus dorsostrius ) 1 Lake Baringo on 18/11. Brimstone Canary (Serinus sulphurus) 1 Lake Naivasha on 11/11. Streaky Seedeater (Serinus striolus) 1 Kakamega Forest on 14/11, fairly common on Mount Kenya & Wajee Camp. More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Fringillidae
Genus : Serinus
Species : hypostictus
Authority : (Reichenow, 1904)