Little Forktail (Enicurus scouleri) - HBW 10, p. 805
French: Énicure nain
Spanish: Torrentero Chico
Taxonomy: Enicurus Scouleri Vigors, 1832, Simla, Himalayas.
Isolated population in Taiwan named as fortis, on average very slightly larger and with more white on forecrown, but overlap in these characters with birds from elsewhere in range considered too great to warrant recognition. Monotypic.
Distribution: Tadjikistan and W Tien Shan and Pamir-Alai E through Himalayas to NE India (Assam), C & E China, W Myanmar (possibly winter only), NW Vietnam, and Taiwan.
- Least Concern Enlarge map
Little Forktail (Enicurus scouleri) Locality Taiwan
kun chin chung 1 year ago 51 sec 4.2
A bird foraging next to the water and flying away Locality Dunche, Langtang National Park, Nepal (Monotypic species)
John Gregory 1998 5 years ago 40 sec 3.7
A bird on a rock, turning around while flicking the tail and flying away. Locality Taroko Gorge, Taroko National Park, Taiwan (ssp fortis)
Josep del Hoyo 23 April 2011 1 year ago 17 sec 3.4
two birds on a waterfall, distant Locality Dasyueshan National Forest Recreation Area, Taichung County, Taiwan (Monotypic species)
Martin Kennewell 25 May 2009 3 years ago 41 sec 2.2
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