White-crowned Robin Chat- Crossypha albicapelli
Range: Northern Africa
Size: ♂:23-27 cm(9-11 in)
♀:23-27 cm (9-11 in)
Weight :♂: 54-65g (1.9-2.3 oz))
♀ :54-65g (1.9-2.3 oz) Wing: N/A
Incubation: 14-17 days
Eggs: 1-3 usually 2
Fledge: 14 days
Sexual maturity: an/A
Nest: Cup shaped
Movement : generally sedentary
IUCN: least concern Subspecies : 3
Longevity: captive: 10 yrs
Although widespread, very little is known about the White-crowned Robin Chat. Neither population nor breeding information information is available. Taxonomically, robin chats were once thought to belong to the Thrush family. However recent studies have shown that they are more closely related to the Old World flycatchers.
Widespread this species inhabit eleven countries in the northern part of Africa. Although there have been no formal population studies the white-crowned robin chat is quite common throughout its range.