#25 Grey-backed Camaroptera

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Grey-backed Camaroptera
(Camaroptera brevicaudata)
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Where can I find
Grey-backed Camaroptera in Uganda?
This bird distribute to the middle part of Africa.
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In Uganda, they can be found in Budongo, Echuya forest among lots more.
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NFA bird Podcast: I am Johnnie Kamugisha. The bird for today is the Grey-backed Camaroptera
The Grey-backed Camaroptera also known as bleating Warbler occur in two distinct groups.
They are grey birds with green wings, distinguished by its lack of green mantle.
Grey-backed Camaroptera is one of four species in its genus, the others being Green-backed, Olive-green and Yellow-browed. They are placed in into Cisticolidae, a family consisting 110 small passerines.
The Grey-backed Camaroptera is very vocal, and gets its alternate name bleating warbler from its alarm call.
They also make an interesting call that sound like two stone being knocked together.
Grey-backed Camaroptera's skulk around in dense brush and are often heard than seen may be if you have Johnnie's eagle eye.
They bind large leaves together by piercing at the edges and then sew them together with bark fibre and cobwebs low in the bush and then build a grass nest inside them.
Egg-laying season is from Oct - April
It lays 2-4 eggs, which are incubated for about 2 weeks.
It is 10cm long.
Grey-backed Camaroptera are insectivores and behave much like wrens, skulking around in the undergrowth.
They mainly eat invertebrates, doing most of the foraging in the undergrowth, gleaning prey from leaves and stems.
They may eat insects like, beetles, flies, locusts among others.
It has been recorded as a prey of African Goshawk and possibly Pear-spotted Owlet.
It has been recorded as host of Honeyguides.
They can be found in forests like Budongo forest, Echuya forest among lots more.
The bird for today is the Grey-backed Camaroptera and am Johnnie Kamugisha

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