Bird Families

Boehm's Flycatcher / Muscicapa boehmi


Gurkov2N. Vitebsk district

The whole territory of Belarus

Flycatcher family - Muscicapidae.

In Belarus - M. s. striata.

Common breeding migrant and transit migratory bird. Distributed throughout the republic.

Joseph Kremis. Postavy district (Vitebsk region)

The size of a sparrow, with a relatively short and thin beak. From a distance, the bird seems monotonously gray. However, the upper part of its body is brownish-gray, the lower part is light with a faintly visible brownish bloom on the sides. The throat and undertail are even lighter. Dark longitudinal streaks are poorly visible on the chest, gradually decreasing on the abdomen. The feathers on the wings are dark gray with light edges. Bristle-like feathers are well developed at the base of the beak. The bill and legs are dark gray. Females and males are colored the same. Young birds are distinguished by the presence of ocher-white streaks on the upper side of the body. Male weight 12-20.5 g, female 10-17.5 g. Body length (both sexes) 13.5-15 cm, wingspan 23-25 ​​cm. Male wing length 8.5-9 cm, tail 6- 6.5 cm, tarsus 1.5-2 cm, beak 1-1.3 cm. Wing length of females 8-9 cm, tail 5.5-7 cm, tarsus 1.5 cm, beak 0.9-1, 2 cm.

An inconspicuous bird, its characteristic feature is that, sitting on a branch, it holds its body almost vertically, in a "column", twitching its wings from time to time. The song is a low, quiet chirping with higher pitches. The voice is not sound - "tsit-tsit-tsit".

Gurkov2N. Vitebsk district

Arrives in late April or early May in spring. Birds are flying from the west. The timing of flycatcher migrations in spring shifts by 3-4 days as it moves by 1 ° latitude from southwest to northeast of Belarus, in autumn, on the contrary, migration occurs earlier by about the same number of days. At nesting sites appear imperceptibly, more often in pairs, probably formed during migration.

Gurkov2N. Vitebsk district

It is a typical inhabitant of light tall pine forests. Also inhabits sparse forests of various types: oak forests, spruce and pine-oak, spruce-deciduous forests, alder and birch forests. Sometimes it settles among a dense forest, but always near forest edges, glades and glades. Selects areas with dead trees, often burning. It is often found in the neighborhood of a person: in villages, townships, cities, where it nests in parks, gardens, in yards with old trees, in alleys of quiet streets, and occasionally in utility yards, small construction sites.

Joseph Kremis, Postavy (Vitebsk region)

Soon after arrival, flycatchers occupy nesting areas and start building the nest. Breeds in single pairs. Sometimes 2-3 pairs nest at a distance of 1 m from each other. The nest is always located on a horizontal support near some vertical wall that protects it from one side: in half-collapsed woodpecker hollows, in shallow decayed cavities and flaws in tree trunks and stumps, in outgrowths of trunks, depressions in the place of a broken knot, forks between trunks, in whorls of thick branches, on a break in a windbreak tree, on inverted roots, less often behind peeling bark, in heaps of brushwood. There are nests in old buildings of other birds: blackbirds, finches, barn swallows (in settlements), sometimes on cups for collecting resin, occasionally in the plexus and whorls of thin branches of young trees, or even on the ground. In human habitation, the bird builds a nest under the eaves of houses, behind window frames, on ledges of beams, in niches of walls, less often in woodpiles of firewood and even in metal crosses and wreaths in cemeteries.

Joseph Kremis, Postavy (Vitebsk region)

The nest is located quite openly, at a height of 0.5-8 m (usually 1.5-3 m). Often it is irregular in shape (the tray is shifted to the edge) and is a small, shallow, bowl-shaped loose structure. The building material is dry blades of grass, thin twigs, bast fibers, moss stalks, roots, less often lichens, plant fluff, pine needles. The tray is lightly lined with thin blades of grass, hair, occasionally with feathers, dry leaves. In settlements, cotton wool, threads, pieces of string, paper, and rags are used to build a nest. The height of the nest is 3.5-5 cm, the diameter is 7.5-9.5 cm: the depth of the tray is 3-6.5 cm, the diameter is 4.5-6.5 cm. The construction of the nest takes 9-10 days. Both birds build the nest.

Nikolay Agapitov, Vitebsk

A full clutch consists of 4-5 eggs, sometimes 6, occasionally 3. The shell is slightly shiny, light, greenish-gray (almost olive) or pinkish-sandy in color, densely covered with often blurry rusty-brown and rusty-brown surface spots. Deep spotting of gray-violet and gray. Egg weight 2 g, length 17-20 mm, diameter 13-15 mm.

Most fresh clutches appear in nests in the first ten days of June, but the first clutches are noted already (especially in the south) in the second half of May. One brood per year. Although Fedyushin and Dolbik (1967) previously indicated that some pairs have 2 broods per year, but only in Polesie. Both birds incubate alternately for 12-14 days. Chicks fly out of the nest at the age of 12-13 days.

Nikolay Agapitov, Vitebsk

The greatest number of parents arriving with food to the nests occurs in the morning (6–9 h), then the intensity of feeding decreases (10–11 h) and increases again (12–14 h). The next two peaks of feeding activity of flycatchers occur at 17–18 and 19–20 hours. The frequency of the parents bringing food to the nest with a large number of chicks or older is slightly higher than to the one where there are fewer or younger chicks. With prolonged drizzling rains, adult birds do not stop foraging, but usually end up hunting for it an hour earlier, and in the morning they start an hour later. In parallel with feeding the chicks, the parents also clean the nest from fecal capsules. For every 7 feed deliveries, there is an average of one capsule delivery. This also applies to other species. The highest feeding intensity is at 8–12 days of life.

Vladimir Bondar. Mogilev district

Before the chicks leave (on the 13th day), the amount of food brought to them is sharply reduced, the parents, as it were, stimulate the chicks to leave the nest. The cages are supplemented by adult birds for several days.

The prolongation of the breeding time is explained by the non-simultaneous entry of birds into the breeding season, the death of the first clutches, after which the flycatchers begin to re-clutch. Nests with clutches and chicks are ravaged by: jay, hooded crow, great and green woodpeckers, domestic cats. It is possible that some females have two clutches per season, but there are no data on two breeding cycles of the gray flycatcher in the south of Belarus.

Gurkov2N. Vitebsk district

It feeds primarily on insects, which it lurks, sitting on a branch, and catches on the fly. Rarely pecks up small insects and spiders directly from tree branches or on the ground. Thus, in all aspects of its lifestyle, including nesting and feeding, the gray flycatcher is closely related to the crowns of trees. It is extremely rare to see this bird on the ground. Birds hunt in the upper tiers of the forest, on sunlit edges and glades, in human settlements, where they prey mainly flying insects. The hunt for food begins in the early morning and ends in the evening.

Gurkov2N. Vitebsk district

In the second half of summer, gray flycatchers are even less noticeable, they give a voice extremely rarely.

Autumn migration occurs gradually in August, the last individuals disappear by mid-September. In the south of Belarus, some individuals are found until the end of September - early October.

The number of the gray flycatcher in Belarus is stable and is estimated at 0.7-

The maximum age recorded in Europe is 11 years.

Joseph Kremis. Postavy district (Vitebsk region) Vladimir Bondar, Bykhov district (Mogilev region)

Vladimir Bondar. Mogilev district

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3. Fedyushin A. V., Dolbik M. S. "Birds of Belarus". Minsk, 1967.-521s.

4. Fransson, T., Jansson, L., Kolehmainen, T., Kroon, C. & Wenninger, T. (2017) EURING list of longevity records for European birds.

Comments • 3

So I met another pernatik !!)))

And exactly what the red-tailed flycatcher sings like that? I saw gray. the bird did not have a redhead

Ⓘ Real flycatchers

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  • Gray flycatcher Muscicapa striata Pallas, 1764
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  • Pied flycatcher Muscicapa griseisticta Swinhoe, 1861
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  • Dark blue flycatcher Muscicapa comitata Cassin, 1857
  • Olive Flycatcher Muscicapa olivascens Cassin, 1859
  • Siberian flycatcher Muscicapa sibirica Gmelin, 1789
  • Ash Flycatcher Muscicapa caerulescens Hartlaub, 1865
  • Boehm's Flycatcher Muscicapa boehmi Reichenow, 1884
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  • Gambag flycatcher Muscicapa gambagae Alexander, 1901
  • Slate-breasted flycatcher Muscicapa infuscata Cassin, 1855
  • Yellow-footed flycatcher Muscicapa sethsmithi Someren, 1922
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  • Bamboo Flycatcher Muscicapa muttui E.L. Layard, 1854
  • Broad-billed Flycatcher Muscicapa dauurica Raffles, 1822
  • Dark Flycatcher Muscicapa adusta Boie, 1828

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Recognized 23 - 25 different named species of flycatchers MuscicapaOne alleged undescribed variety is also known to exist in Sulawesi (Indonesia):

  • Spotted Flycatcher, striata Muscicapa
  • Flycatcher Gambaga, Muscicapa gambagae
  • Gray-striped flycatcher or gray-spotted flycatcher, Muscicapa griseisticta
  • Dark side flycatcher or Siberian flycatcher, Muscicapa sibirica
  • Asian brown flycatcher, Muscicapa latirostris
  • Brown-Stripped Flycatcher Muscicapa williamsoni
  • Ash-breasted flycatcher Muscicapa randi
  • Sumba brown flycatcher, Muscicapa excretion
  • A flycatcher with a rusty tail Muscicapa ruficauda
  • Flycatcher with Brown's chest Muscicapa muttui
  • Glandular flycatcher, Muscicapa ferruginea
  • Asher's Flycatcher, Muscicapa ussheri
  • Smoky Flycatcher Muscicapa infuscata
  • Bem's Flycatcher, Muscicapa boehmi
  • Swamp flycatcher Muscicapa aquatica
  • Olivaceous flycatcher, Muscicapa olivascens
  • Chapin's flycatcher, Muscicapa lendu
  • Flycatcher Itombwe, Muscicapa itombwensis
  • African dusky flycatcher, Muscicapa adusta
  • Little gray flycatcher Muscicapa epulata
  • Flycatcher with yellow legs Muscicapa sethsmithi
  • Dark blue flycatcher, Muscicapa comitata
  • Tessman's Flycatcher, Muscicapa tessmanni
  • Flycatcher Cassin, Cassini Muscicapa
  • Ash Flycatcher, Muscicapa caerulescens
  • Sulawesi striped the flytrap Muscicapa sodhii

Fossil report

Muscicapa miklosi (Late Miocene Polgardi, Hungary)

Muscicapa petenyii (Pliocene Beremend, Hungary)