Mashona Hyliota

The Southern Hyliota is a species of Old World warbler in the Sylviidae family. It is found in Angola, Cameroon, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe. Its natural habitats are subtropical or tropical dry forests and dry savanna.

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

Birds such as the Mashona Hyliota Hyliota austalis and the Spotted Creeper Salpornis spilonata spring to mind. Mashona Hyliota Mashona Hyliota Black Collared Barbet Black-collared Barbet Over much of the plateau the woodlands are being degraded through the collecting of dead wood. This wood is very important as fuel for the farm workers, but the loss of dead wood means a loss of the many insect species which live in the dead wood. More

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R624 Mashona Hyliota (Hyliota australis) Uncommon resident R625 Icterene Warbler (Hippolais icterina) Common non-breeding migrant R626 Olivetree Warbler (Hippolais olivetorum) Uncommon non-breeding migrant R627 River Warbler (Locustella fluviatilis) Rare non-breeding migrant R628. More

Nightjar, Mashona Hyliota, African Broadbill, Spotted Creeper, Vanga Flycatcher, Short- winged Cisticola, Southern-banded snake Eagle, Collard-palm Thrush, Woodwards Batis, Mozambique Batis, Madagascar squacco Heron, Red-faced Crimsonwing, Bohms bee-Eater, Livingstones Flycatcher, Wattle-eyed Flycatcher, Chestnut- fronted Helmet Shrike, Little spotted Woodpecker, Eastern Honeyguide, Yellow-bellied Hyliota. Overnight: Chitengo Safari Lodge Day 6: Gorongosa Mountain We leave chitengo at 4am in the morning to start birding early. More

batises were plentiful and there was a pair of mashona hyliotas that I observed a number of times. A truly amazing experience and one that I will never forget. There has also been an eruption of locusts on the grasslands in the east which attracted a good many raptors as well as kori bustards, a species that has previously not been recorded from the area. More

Order : Passeriformes
Family : Sylviidae
Genus : Hyliota
Species : australis
Authority : Shelley, 1882