Species: Isabelline/Red-tailed Shrike (Lanius isabellinus/ phoenicuroides)
Number: 1
Remarks: see photos and 'Unknown birds' section, Comments by Tim Worfolk, October 2019: This must be a 1st winter - from the fresh-looking wing coverts (particularly MC) with strong sub-terminal markings. 1W collurio generally a lot more barred above than this, plainer mantle ff not aquired until 2cy spring moult. Plainish upperparts (on a 1W) and rather strong head pattern suggest phoenicuroides, however the tail doesn't look at all rufous and outer TF look suspiciously pale - maybe this is due to light conditions?
Date: 2019-09-11
Source: Elsa Bussiere
Location: (Chad)
Entered by: Joost Brouwer (Brouwer EAC)
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