Mangoverde :: World Bird Guide :: Old World Flycatchers :: Siberian Stonechat
Siberian Stonechat Saxicola maura
Described by: Pallas (1773)
Alternate common name(s):
Old scientific name(s): Saxicola maurus
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RangeC. to e. Asia;
(1) Asia Minor in the e. Caucasus e. to the lower Ural River, Iraq and nw. Iran.
Winters in ne. Africa and Middle East (Arabia).
(2) Se. Turkey, Transcaucasia, Saudi Arabia, and sw. Iran.
Winters in sw. Asia and ne. Africa.
(3) E. Finland, n. and e. European Russia from the White Sea and middle Volga River s. to e. Caucasus to Transcaspia, e. Turkestan, e. Kazakhstan, Afghanistan? and Pakistan?.
Winters in sw. and s. Asia (Iraq, Iran to n. India, Arabia) and ne. Africa.
(4) Nw. and c. Himalayas of Afghanistan, n. Pakistan (Gilgit), n. India from Kashmir to Arunachal Pradesh s. to Megahalaya, Assam and Nagaland.
Winters in Pakistan and c. India.
(5) Plateau of Tibet e. to c. China s. to ne. Burma, and Indochina.
Winters in n. and ne. India, se. China, Burma, and se. Asia.
(6) E. Siberia w. to w. Anadyrland, Sea of Okhotsk, Sakhalin Is. s. to ne. China, Korea, Kiril Is. and Japan (Hokkaido, n. and c. Honshu).
Winters in s. China, ne. Burma, n. Laos s. to Malay Peninsual, and Borneo.
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Location unknown - Date unknown Source: Pintails Home (Kim Hyun-Tae)
Location unknown - Date unknown Source: Biological Research Information Center, BRIC of Korea
Clements, James F. Birds of the World: A Checklist. Vista, CA: Ibis Publishing Company, 2000.
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