Alpine Chat

alpine chat, traquet afroalpin, colinegro abisinio
Names and conservation status
alpine chat, traquet afroalpin, colinegro abisinio
Aberdare National Park
alpine chat, traquet afroalpin, colinegro abisinio
Aberdare National Park

alpine chat, traquet afroalpin, colinegro abisinio
Aberdare National Park
alpine chat, traquet afroalpin, colinegro abisinio
Aberdare National Park
alpine chat, traquet afroalpin, colinegro abisinio
Aberdare National Park

alpine chat, traquet afroalpin, colinegro abisinio
Aberdare National Park
alpine chat, traquet afroalpin, colinegro abisinio
Aberdare National Park
alpine chat, traquet afroalpin, colinegro abisinio
Aberdare National Park

The alpine chat, also known as the moorland chat or hill chat, is a species of songbird in the Old World flycatcher family. it is endemic to north-east Africa where it is common in its habitat. It lives at high altitudes on moors and grassland, usually above 3400 m but can live as low as 2100 m. It is bold and will approach people.