Buff-throated Apalis Apalis rufogularis

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Plain apalis with dark gray upperparts and pale underparts. The head pattern of males varies geographically. In the northwestern part of the range, the head and breast are completely dark. In the rest of the range, the throat and breast are pale. Found in the canopy of low- and middle-elevation humid forest. Usually in pairs or small groups, which will join mixed-species flocks. The main vocalization is a rough, quickly repeated “chree” which can be accompanied by a piping call. Similar to Gray Apalis, but has a buffy wash on the underparts.

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