Angola Batis

The Angola Batis is a species of bird in the Platysteiridae family. It is found in Angola, Republic of the Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Gabon. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical dry forests.

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

The Angola Batis (Batis minulla) is a species of bird in the Platysteiridae family. It is found in Angola, Republic of the Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Gabon. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical dry forests. References - * BirdLife International 2004. Batis minulla. 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Downloaded on 25 July 2007. More

Angola Batis (Batis minulla) = French: Pririt d’Angola German: Angolaschnäpper Spanish: Batis Angoleño Other common names: Angola Puff-back Flycatcher Taxonomy: Platystira minulla Bocage, 1874, Bibala, Moçamedes, Angola. Possibly forms a superspecies with B. poensis. Monotypic. Distribution: PRCongo, W DRCongo (E to W Kasai), Cabinda and escarpment in W Angola. More

* Angola Batis (Batis minulla) Adult male perched Lékoni, Haut-Ogooué Province, Gabon (Monotypic species) 4 August 2009 03 December 2009 3 * Bioko Batis (Batis poensis) Adult male perched Ipassa Reserve, Makokou, Ogooué-Ivindo Province, Gabon (ssp occulta) 30 July 2009 03 December 2009 4 * African Shrike-flycatcher (Megabyas flammulatus) Adult male perched Korup National Park, More

Chat Xenocopsychus ansorgei, Angola Batis Batis minulla and Montane (Ludwig’s) Double-collared Sunbird Cinnyris ludovicensis. At Tundavala another Booted Eagle was seen (fifth record). An excursion to the Quipungo area, c. More

play host to Angola Batis Batis minulla and Gorgeous Bush-Shrike Telophorus viridis. Perhaps the most varied part of Gabon is along its coast, where the above mentioned habitats are supplemented by large coastal lagoons, mangroves, sandy shorelines and thickets with numerous palms. More

Wattle-eye and Angola Batis, and our only Golden-backed Bishop, in non-breeding plumage. Red-backed Mousebird: Angola's most widespread endemic, Red-backed Mousebird Colius castanotus, has left a gaping hole in African birders' life lists for almost 30 years. Visiting Angola will help many to complete their Mousebird lists. Rio Longa: There is no better place to base one's visit to the nearby escarpment forest than the comfortable Rio Longa Lodge. More

Angola Batis on a Birding africa Angola Tour (c) Patricia MaldonadoThis 10-day Angola trip was designed to maximise the chances of finding as many of Tom Gullick’s Angola lifers as possible, in the amount of time available. Below is a brief summary of the trip. We kicked off the tour with some introductory birding around Kissama National Park. Things got off to a frustrating start, with Grey-striped Francolin calling from the nearby thickets and only giving glimpses. More

Angola Batis Batis minulla White-tailed Shrike Lanioturdus torquatus TIMALIIDAE (10) Rockrunner Achaetops pycnopygius Brown Illadopsis Illadopsis fulvescens Pale-breasted Illadopsis Illadopsis rufipennis Scaly-breasted Illadopsis Illadopsis albipectus African Hill-Babbler Pseudoalcippe abyssinica Spotted Thrush Babbler Ptyrticus turdinus Arrow-marked Babbler Turdoides jardineii Black-faced Babbler Turdoides melanops Hartlaub's Babbler Turdoides hartlaubii Bare-cheeked Babbler Turdoides gymnogenys More

Angola batis Angola batises (Batis minulla) Page IndexIntroduction | | Links Click here to find some convenient links. Related Links - Guest Links Serious Vietnam War scholars and students should check out Carr’s Compendium of the Vietnam War. More

Angola Batis Batis minulla = Described by: Barboza du Bocage (1874) Alternate common name(s): Angola Puffback, Angola Puffback Flycatcher, Angola Puff-back Flycatcher Old scientific name(s): None known by website authors Photographs No photographs are available for this species Range Cw. Africa; Two populations; Congo, Cabinda, sw. and cs. Zaire and w. Angola. More

Angola Batis Batis minulla Chestnut-capped Flycatcher Erythrocercus mccallii Blk-headed Paradise-Flycatcher Terpsiphone rufiventer Rufousvent Paradise-Flycatcher Terpsiphone rufocinerea African Paradise-Flycatcher Terpsiphone viridis São Tomé Paradise Flycatcher Terpsiphone atrochalybeia Blackcap Illadopsis Illadopsis cleaveri h Brown Illadopsis Illadopsis fulvescens White-winged Black Tit Melaniparus leucomelas Scarlet-tufted Sunbird Deleornis fraseri Mouse-brown Sunbird Anthreptes gabonicus Western Violet-backed Sunbird Anthreptes longumarei Violet-tailed Sunbird Anthreptes aurantium lo Little Green Sunbird Anthreptes seimundi More

Angola Batis and a pair of agitated Rufous-tailed Palm-Thrush, accompanied by more widespread species such as Narina’s Trogon and Golden-tailed Woodpecker. Moister vegetation near the river yielded Bubbling Cisticola, whereas drier habitat away from the river produced two distinctive subspecies: the ansorgei subspecies of Long-billed Crombec (decidedly short-billed) and small elegans subspecies of Southern Yellow-billed Hornbill. To round off the morning, we found a surprise pair of Pale Olive Greenbul, nearer the cost than I had previously seen them. More

* Angola Batis, Batis minulla * White-tailed Shrike Lanioturdus torquatus Copyright 2010 - Privacy Policy :: Terms of Use :: Contact Us :: About Us This article is licensed under the GNU Free Documentation License. It uses material from the this Wikipedia article. More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Platysteiridae
Genus : Batis
Species : minulla
Authority : (Barboza du Bocage, 1874)