Siberian stonechat – Saxicola maurus – is a migratory Asian chat of Type – sallyer, Family Muscicapidae and Order Passeriformes. It has a wide N/S range in Central Asia from Siberia to Pakistan, in which it is a summer breeder. It winters in SE Asia, the Indian sub-continent, and in the W from S Turkey across Arabia and NE Africa. There is also an area in SE Turkey and NW Iran where it becomes resident. In the AWB Region it is a summer breeder to E Turkey and the S Caucasus. As noted above where it is resident, and winters. In particular it winters around the NE African coastal areas from NE Libya to Eritrea and more extensively in E Sudan.
Type - sallyer - Simmer Habitat - open rough country, scrublands or grasslands with scattered shrubs, Winter Habitat - lower elevations, mostly Tropical areas, Order: Passeriformes Family: Muscicapidae Genus: Saxicola Species - Saxicola maurus Siberian stonechat - Species - ebird.org Siberian stonechat - Species sheet - wikipedia.org Siberian stonechat - Database - avibase Siberian stonechat - Species - beautyofbirds.com Siberian stonechat - Sounds & Maps - xeno-canto.org Additional Material... Siberian stonechat - Images - google.com Siberian stonechat - Video - youtube.com Siberian stonechat - Species - is not classified on the Red List