Grauer's Swamp-warbler (Bradypterus graueri) - HBW 11, p. 599
French: Bouscarle de Grauer
Spanish: Zarzalero de Grauer
Other common names: Grauer’s Warbler/Bush-warbler/Rush-warbler/Scrub-warbler
Taxonomy: Bradypterus graueri Neumann, 1908, Western Kivu Volcanoes, 2200 m, DRCongo.
Forms a superspecies with B. grandis. These two, together with B. baboecala and B. carpalis, make up a group of four swamp-dwelling Afrotropical species. Monotypic.
Distribution: Fragmented in C Africa: E DRCongo (highlands W of L Edward, highlands W of L Kivu, Kahuzi swamp), SW Uganda (Echuya Forest Reserve, Bwindi-Impenetrable Forest), Rwanda (Rugezi swamp, Virunga volcanoes, Nyungwe Forest) and N Burundi.
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A bird singing in the swamp
Locality Ruhija, Bwindi Impenetrable National Park, Uganda (Monotypic species)
Frederic Pelsy 7 October 2015 13 weeks ago 3
Eight birds seen in the marsh near the Kasoko farm, one bird mist-netted. Photo shows the mist-netted bird in the hand.
Locality Kasoko, Masisi Highlands, Nord-Kivu Province, Zaire (Democratic Republic of the Congo) (Monotypic species)
Tommy Pedersen 14 November 1992 4 years ago 2.6
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