The White Browed Robin Chat
cossypha heuglini

If you're planning a Uganda Birdwatching Safari at the end of your business trip to Africa then plan to enjoy the White Browed Robin Chat.

The white-browed Robin-chat is very similar in appearance to Ruppell’s Robin-chat, although it generally avoids the highland areas which are more preferred by Ruppell’s Robin-chat.

In this section of the Uganda Birding Safari Guide we share with you information about White Browed Robin Chats in Uganda in order to make your Bird watching tour to Africa even more rewarding.

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Where to find the White Browed Robin Chat in Uganda

You will generally find the White Browed Robin Chat within the tropical and sub-tropical regions of Africa.

In Uganda you will find this bird near Mweya Safari Lodge at Queen Elizabeth National Park.

How you will know that you've seen the White Browed Robin Chat

You will see a small bird with a short thin black beak.

This White Browed Robin Chat has two white columns on its Black coloured head.

The bird has a long brown tail, a light brown neck, black-colored wings small black eyes, a brown under part, a light brown breast band, brown shoulders and light brown central feathers.

You won't be able to easily differentiate between the sexes but you will identify the young birds from their paler colours.

The young White Browed Robin Chat are also quite dull when compared with the adult birds.

Interesting Facts about the White Browed Robin Chat

The white browed robin chat feeds mainly on insects, seeds and grains.

This Uganda bird lays only 3 eggs and both mum and dad have to incubate these eggs.

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