Aberdare Cisticola

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Names, coservation status and distribution
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Aberdare National Park
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Aberdare National Park

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Aberdare National Park
aberdare cisticola, birds of aberdare, birds of kenya, birds of africa, Nicolas Urlacher, wildlife of Kenya
Aberdare National Park
aberdare cisticola, birds of aberdare, birds of kenya, birds of africa, Nicolas Urlacher, wildlife of Kenya
Aberdare National Park

The Aberdare cisticola (Cisticola aberdare) is a species of bird in the Cisticolidae family. It is endemic to Kenya. Its natural habitat is subtropical or tropical high-altitude grassland. It is threatened by habitat loss. Local around Molo, Mau Narok and on the Aberdares.

It feeds on beetles and flies, foraging for them by searching through vegetation and on the ground. The Aberdene cisticola is believed to be monogamous, solitary, and territorial. It breeds from January through May and August through November, building a nest out of a flimsy ball of branches and leaves.

Source : Wikipedia