Rufous-faced Warbler (Abroscopus albogularis) - HBW 11, p. 680
French: Pouillot à gorge blanche
Spanish: Mosquitero Carirrufo
Other common names: Rufous-faced Flycatcher-warbler, Fulvous-faced Warbler/ Flycatcher-warbler, White-throated Warbler/Flycatcher-warbler
Taxonomy: Abrornis albogularis F. Moore, 1854, Nepal.
Three subspecies recognized.
Subspecies and Distribution:
- albogularis (F. Moore, 1854) - E Nepal, NE India (E to Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Nagaland and Manipur), Bhutan and E Bangladesh E to W Myanmar and S China (S Yunnan).
- hugonis Deignan, 1938 - N & E Myanmar and NW Thailand.
- fulvifacies (Swinhoe, 1870) - S China (Sichuan, S Shaanxi, Hubei and Anhui S to Yao Mts of Guangxi, coastal Guangdong, Fujian, also Hainan), Taiwan, N & C Laos and N & C Vietnam (Tonkin, C Annam).
- Least Concern Enlarge map
Brief shots of birds moving around in trees Locality Yingjiang, Yunnan, China (Southern) (ssp albogularis)
Keith Blomerley 10 November 2007 5 years ago 16 sec 3.4
adult briefly on a branch Locality Dasyueshan National Forest Recreation Area, Taichung County, Taiwan (ssp fulvifacies)
Martin Kennewell 25 May 2009 3 years ago 3 sec 3.3
Brief view of a bird among vegetation (then at 33% speed). Locality Dong, Chiayi County, Taiwan (ssp fulvifacies)
Josep del Hoyo 20 April 2011 1 year ago 13 sec 2.8