Large Flycatcher – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Large Flycatcher or African Grey Flycatcher (Bradornis microrhynchus) is a species of bird in the Muscicapidae family. It is found in Ethiopia, Kenya, Somalia, Sudan, Tanzania, and Uganda. Its natural habitats are dry savanna and subtropical or tropical dry shrubland. [edit] References

birding facts Birding Resources by the Fat Birder
African Grey Flycatcher Bradornis microrhynchus … African Dusky Flycatcher Muscicapa adusta Little Gray Flycatcher … Rather …

Mangoverde World Bird Guide Family Page: Old World Flycatchers
This is the Old World Flycatchers page of the Mangoverde World Bird … African Gray Flycatcher : Bradornis microrhynchus : 0: 0: 0: Angola Slaty-Flycatcher : Melaenornis brunneus : 0: 0: 0

Trip Report Ethiopia2
… Bradornis pumilus Small Gray Flycatcher Little Gray Flycatcher Bradornis microrhynchus pumilis African Gray … The March 2000 African Bird Club bulletin confirms the presence of P …
… names, and because the IOC World Bird … Ã’For example, the African Grey Flycatcher (Bradornis microrhynchus) is related to the … found in Africa, or to the American Gray Flycatcher …

List of African birds – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This list of African birds is a listing of all the bird species known from the continent of Africa.

Tanzania Trip Reports
African bird sounds volume 2, an … African Gray Flycatcher. Fork-tailed Drongo. F Pale Batis. Bradornis microrhynchus

Tailormade Tours to East, West and North Africa
The White-eyed Slaty Flycatcher is a common montane forest bird. 7-9 Sept. … African Gray Flycatcher            Bradornis microrhynchus       321. – Photo Page
Stunning drawings by the worlds finest bird illustrators..and it … African Gray Flycatcher Bradornis microrhynchus Pied Wheatear Oenanthe pleschanka

Avibase – Bird Checklists of the World – Somalia bird checklist
Secretary-bird: Sagittarius serpentarius FALCONIFORMES: Falconidae … African Gray Flycatcher: Bradornis microrhynchus: Northern Black-Flycatcher: Melaenornis edolioides

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