Grey-streaked Flycatcher

Scientific Name: Muscicapa griseisticta
Malay Name: Sambar-Perang Lorek Kelabu
Chinese Name: 灰纹鹟

Range:
Breeds in Siberia, northeast China to North Korea and winters to southern China, Vietnam, Philippines, Sulawesi, Lesser Sundas and New Guinea

Taxonomy:
Monotypic

Size: 15 cm

Identification: Resembles Dark-sided Flycatcher and Brown-streaked Flycatcher but is larger and has clean whitish underparts with extensive, well-defined broad dark greyish streaks across entire breast and flanks and whitish undertail-coverts.

Similar looking species: Dark-sided FlycatcherBrown-streaked Flycatcher

Habitat: Forest, parks, gardens, wooded areas and mangroves.

Behaviour/Ecology: Feeds primarily on insects. Often perches on tree branches from which it sallies forth to hawk insects in flight and returns to the same perch or to one nearby.

Local Status: Very rare vagrant

Conservation Status: Least Concern (IUCN 3.1)

Location: There were only two confirmed records with the first sighting in Poyan in April 1991 followed by an individual photographed at Pasir Ris Park on 13 January 2017.

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External Links:
Conservation Status: IUCN Red List Page
Photos: Oriental Bird Images
Sound Recordings: xeno-canto Link
Wikipedia Entry: Wikipedia Link

Reference:
Craig Robson (2011) A Field Guide to the Birds of South-East Asia
Lim Kim Seng (2009) The Avifauna of Singapore