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Eastern Olivaceous Warbler Hippolais pallida

Described by: Hemprich; Ehrenberg (1833)
Alternate common name(s): Olivaceous Warbler, Eastern Olivaceous-warbler
Old scientific name(s): Iduna pallida


Lesvos Island, Greece - May, 2003 © Ben van den Broek 
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E. Europe to c. Asia and nc. Africa;
Fragmented distribution;
(1) Se. Europe (s. Hungary, to Balkans, s. Romania, Turkey, Saudi Arabia e. to Iraq, w. and n. Iran, Caucasus, Transcaspia n. to Aral Sea, s. Kazakhstan, Turkestan, and probably w. China (w. Sinkiang).
Winters in ne. Africa (Ethiopia).
(2) S. Morocco, s. Algeria, s. Tunisia, Libya s. Mauritania, Sengal, Nigeria, and Cameroon.
(3) Egypt.
Winters s. to Sudan and Ethiopia.
(4) Oases in the Sahara in Niger, Chad (Lake Chad) s. to Nigeria and e. to c. Sudan (Khartoum), and Djibouti.
(5) Coastal n. Somalia.


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Clements, James F. Birds of the World: A Checklist. Vista, CA: Ibis Publishing Company, 2000.


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