Radde’s accentor

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Radde’s accentor – Prunella ocularis – is a small resident Asian passerine of Type – insectivore, Family Prunellidae and Order Passeriformes. It is native to the mountainous areas of SW Asia, in winter it makes limited altitudinal movements to lower elevation areas, to forage for adequate food supplies. In the AWB Region in summer it is found in S Central and E Turkey, the S Caucasus, NE Iraq, and NE Iran, in winter it is more widely distributed to lower levels, and in Iran there is a noticeable movement to the more Southerly areas of the country.

Type - insectivore - 
Summer Habitat - high mountainous areas,
Winter Habitat- shift to lower elevations, and a small movement to the S,

Order:	Passeriformes
Family:	Prunellidae
Genus:	Prunella

Species -	Prunella ocularis
Radde's accentor - Species - ebird.org
Radde's accentor - Database - avibase
Radde's accentor - Species - oiseaux.net
Radde's accentor - Species sheet - wikipedia.org
Radde's accentor - Sounds & Maps - xeno-canto.org

Additional Material...
Radde's accentor - Images - google.com
Radde's accentor - Video - youtube.com
Radde's accentor - Datazone - birdlife.org

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