Mangoverde :: World Bird Guide :: Old World Warblers :: Arctic Warbler

Arctic Warbler Phylloscopus borealis

Described by: Blasius, J. H. (1858)
Alternate common name(s): Arctic Leaf-warbler, Arctic Willow-warbler, Eversmann's Warbler
Old scientific name(s): None known by website authors


Seward Peninsula, Alaska, USA - Jun 17, 2007 © Glen Tepke  Seward Peninsula, Alaska, USA - Jun 17, 2007 © Glen Tepke  Seosan, South Korea - Oct 7, 2006 © Aurélien Audevard  Khao Yai, Thailand - Feb, 2005 © Paul Huang  Doi Chiang Dao, Chiang Mai Province, Thailand - 2003 © Paul Huang 
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N. Palearctic to w. Alaska;
Two populations;
(1) N. Europe from n. Scandinavia through n. Russia and n. Siberia to the Kolyma River and s. to sc. Siberia (Lake Baikal), Mongolia, e. Amurland, ne. China (n. and e. Manchuria (Heilungkiang)), and North Korea.
Winters in se. Asia (s. Burma e. to Vietnam, se. China (Fujian, n. Guangdong), Taiwan, and Philippines s. to the Sundas.
(2) Ne. Siberia to Anadyrland, Kamchatka and Chukotsk Peninsula s. to Sakhalin Is. and Kuril Is., and mountains of Japan (Hokkaido, and Honshu).
Winters in Taiwan, Philippines (Luzon, Negros), and Indonesia e. to Lesser Sundas;
(3) W. Alaska from the Noatak River, w. and c. Brooks Range s. to base of Alaskan Peninsula and Susitna River highlands.
Winters in the Philippines and Indonesia e. to Lesser Sundas.


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Location unknown - Date unknown Source: Pintails Home (Kim Hyun-Tae)
Location unknown - Date unknown Source: ETI BioInformatics


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


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