Spotted Flycatcher. / Papamoscas grís
Maximum size: 15 cm
They live in woodlands, spinneys, groves, coppices, wetlands, fresh-water
and salt-water lagoons, as well as in gardens, orchards, vegetable gardens
They can be seen by themselves perching on tree-branches on the sides
One of their peculiarities is their stripes on their head and the white
chest. ways and tracks. Their chirping is plain and smooth like a soft
‘pee’ They can be told apart due to the stripes on their fury-feather head.
They feed on insects. They nest in the south of Spain.