Pied Flycatcher (Ficedula hypoleuca)

Pied Flycatchers are passage migrants through Portugal, and, though one seldom sees them on their trip north, their migration south again, when they pass through the country in the second half of September, is another matter entirely as they seem to be everywhere one looks, jostling for position with their Spotted cousins.

The males moult to duller plumage before migrating south, so it appears that there are only females passing through here.

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Birding in Portugal

Quinta do Barranco da Estrada
7665-880 Santa Clara a Velha
Portugal

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Phone : +351 283 933 065
Mobile : +351 938 386 326

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