Pririt Batis

It is a small stout insect-eating bird, found in dry broadleaf woodland and thorn scrub. The nest is a small neat cup low in a tree or bush.

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The Pririt Batis is classified as Least Concern. Does not qualify for a more at risk category. Widespread and abundant taxa are included in this category.

703 Pririt Batis Batis pririt; 714 Yellow Wagtail Motacilla flava; 715 Grey Wagtail Motacilla cinerea; 731 Lesser Grey Shrike Lanius minor; 733 Redbacked Shrike Lanius collurio; 738 Swamp Boubou Laniarius bicolor; 739 Crimsonbreasted Shrike Laniarius atrococcineus; 741 Brubru Nilaus afer; 779 Marico Sunbird Nectarinia mariquensis; 802Great Sparrow Passer motitensis; 806 More

Photos: Both the female and the male Pririt Batis Batis pririt were photographed at Spitzkoppe, n.w. Namibia, on 17 July 2005. The Cape Batis Batis capensis was in Kirstenbosch Gardens, Cape Town, South Africa, on 3 July 2005. The Rwenzori Batis B. diops was Ruhiza in Bwindi-Impenetrable Forest Park, Uganda, on 18 July 2002. The Pygmy Batis B. perkeo was in Samburu NP, Kenya, on 13 Nov 1981. The White-tailed Shrike Lanioturdus torquatus was at Spitzkoppe, n.w. Namibia, on 17 July 2005. More

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The Pririt Batis, Batis pririt, also known as the Pririt Puff-back Flycatcher or Pririt Puffback, is a small passerine bird in the wattle-eye family. It is resident in western and central southern Africa. It is a small stout insect-eating bird, found in dry broadleaf woodland and thorn scrub. The nest is a small neat cup low in a tree or bush. The Pririt Batis is strikingly patterned. More

Pririt Batis (Batis pririt) = French: Pririt de Vieillot German: Piritschnäpper Spanish: Batis Pririt Taxonomy: Muscicapa pririt Vieillot, 1818, Somerset East, Cape Province, South Africa. Part of a superspecies that probably includes also B. senegalensis, B. orientalis, B. molitor and B. soror. Marginal range overlap with B. More

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Bird Images from Southern Africa - Pririt Batis Batis pririt (703) - The male bird (illustrated here) is very similar to the male Chinspot Batis, this species is distinguished by call and distribution - which is to the west of it's better known cousin. The female on the other hand has a yellow-orange wash on the underparts instead of the bold rufous chinspot and chestband. More

Pririt Batis | Batis pririt = The Pririt Batis is a Southern African bird that belongs to the Maloconotidae bird family group which includes birds such as Bush-shrikes, Puffbacks, Tchagras, Boubous, Helment-shrikes, Batises, Wattle-eyes. The description for the Pririt Batis (Latin name Batis pririt) can be found in the 7th Edition of the Roberts Birds of Southern Africa. More

Excellent The Pririt Batis from Kent rated this trip as 5 out of 5 The trip as a whole was excellent. We had a fantastic time. The driving was easier than we had expected. The standard of accommodation and hospitality was better than we had expected. And management (except at Waterberg) and staff (even at Waterberg) were friendly and helpful throughout. Food was generally good, and better than we had feared. More

Pririt Batis (Batis pririt) = Pririt Batis (Batis pririt) by Jo Mur.Photographed this female in front of our chalet at Augrabies National Park early morning on 27 December 2007. To take full advantage of Flickr, you should use a JavaScript-enabled browser and install the latest version of the Macromedia Flash Player. More

Pririt Batis Batis pririt = Waterberg Plateau, Namibia - Jul, 2004 More

Pririt Batis Batis pririt = Described by: Vieillot (1818) Alternate common name(s): Pririt Puffback, Pririt Puffback Flycatcher Old scientific name(s): None known by website authors Photographs Waterberg Plateau, Namibia - Jul, 2004 More

Pririt Batis - Batis pririt Pririt de Vieillot = Pririt de Vieillot L'oiseau et son nid Gallery : © Yvonnik Lhomer Site web : Ypix Order : Passériformes Family : Platysteiridae Species : Pririt Batis Reference: yvlh3233 Date taken : NC Copy forbidden without prior authorization. More

The Pririt batis is a small shrike like flycatcher which is endemic to SW Africa. I is commonly found in acacia thickets. These photographs are of a female bird and were take at the Namibgrens Guest farm. IMG_1861b.jpg IMG_1864b.jpg IMG_1870b.jpg post a comment Type your message and click Add Comment It is best to login or register first but you may post as a guest. More

Pririt Batis, Batis pririt Platysteiridae (WATTLE-EYES) Pririt Batis, Batis pririt This photo was taken in: Namibia This photo was taken with: Canon D60 + x2 + 50-200 zoom The photo was taken by: Steve Cook , More

Pririt Batis (Batis pririt) by Don Jones. More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Platysteiridae
Genus : Batis
Species : pririt
Authority : (Vieillot, 1818)