Scientific Name: Ficedula mugimaki
Malay Name: Sambar Dada Jingga Utara
Chinese Name: 鸲姬鹟
Found from eastern Siberia, Sakhalin to northeastern China and winter to Japan, Korea, southern China and Southeast Asia
Size: 13-13.5 cm
Identification: Male resembles Yellow-rumped Flycatcher but white supercilium is shorter and starts behind eye, has bright rufous orange throat to upper belly and rest of underparts whitish. Female has greyish-brown upperparts with faint narrow whitish buff wingbar, buffish-orange throat to breast and faint or lacking supercilium. First-winter male resembles female but head-sides greyer, supercilium more pronounced, throat/breast brighter and uppertail-coverts mostly blackish.
Habitat: Forest, parks, gardens and wooded areas.
Ecology/Behaviour: Usually solitary at wintering grounds and forages frequently at the lower level but may also ascend to feed at the middle storey and canopy levels.
Local Status: Uncommon migrant
Conservation Status: Least Concern (IUCN 3.1)
Location: Central Catchment Forest, Bukit Timah Nature Reserve, Dairy Farm Nature Park, Bidadari, Tuas South, Singapore Botanic Gardens, Kent Ridge Park and other suitable habitats.
Craig Robson (2011) A Field Guide to the Birds of South-East Asia
Allen Jeyarajasingam & Alan Pearson (2012) A Field Guide to the Birds of Peninsular Malaysia and Singapore