Rufous-Tailed Bush Robin


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THREAT CATEGORY
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WHERE TO SEE IT
HUELVA SEVILLA CÓRDOBA JAÉN
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STATUS
Summer visitor and migrant.
 

ABUNDANCE
Scarce.

HABITAT
Two different types of habitat preferences: olive groves, and riparian thickets of Oleander and Tamujo.

SEASONAL BEHAVIOUR
Most are here from May to September. 

DISTRIBUTION
In the campiña of Jaén (Baños de la Encina, Bailén, Villanueva de la Reina) and Córdoba (Montoro) breeds in olive groves, especially those with old, gnarled trees. In Huelva there are two interesting and small riparian populations, one on the River Chanza and its tributaries – bordering on Portugal – and another along streams of Zufre, at the eastern end of the Parque Natural Sierra de Aracena y Picos de Aroche. There are also records of migratory birds.

THREATS
Formerly known to have bred widely in vineyards of Sierra Morena Sevillana but has now disappeared due to changes in farming practices and the reduction of vineyards.