SPECIES

Ashy Flycatcher Fraseria caerulescens

Barry Taylor, Peter F. D. Boesman, and Nárgila Moura
Version: 1.1 — Published June 25, 2020

Behavior

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Self-Maintenance

Documented sunbathing on ground.

Spacing

Solitary, territorial, pair maintains large territory (c. 20 ha in northeast Gabon), but breeding birds confined to restricted areas of 1–4 ha (6).

Sexual Behavior

Monogamous (6, 1). No other information.

Social and Interspecific Behavior

Forages singly or in pairs, sometimes in groups of up to seven individuals; occasionally joins mixed-species flocks (1).

Recommended Citation

Taylor, B., P. F. D. Boesman, and N. Moura (2020). Ashy Flycatcher (Fraseria caerulescens), version 1.1. In Birds of the World (S. M. Billerman and B. K. Keeney, Editors). Cornell Lab of Ornithology, Ithaca, NY, USA. https://doi.org/10.2173/bow.ashfly1.01.1