4th suppl.) Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 06 (Feb 2018) (v.1) American Ornithologists' Union 4th edition (1931) (v.1) The nominate subspecies Motacilla alba alba is basically grey above and white below, with a white face, black cap and black throat. Clements 5th edition (incl. Rodeo Lagoon, Marin County, CA 17th suppl.) (v.?) White Wagtail (Motacilla alba) is a species of bird in the Motacillidae family. 27th suppl.) External Links: Conservation Status: IUCN Red List Page Photos: Oriental Bird Images Sound Recordings: xeno-canto Link Wikipedia Entry: Wikipedia Link. Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 03 (March 2015) (v.1) American Ornithologists' Union 2nd edition (incl. On the breeding biology of the White Wagtail (Motacilla alba) in central Finland. © Denis Lepage | Distinctive but variable: all plumages are some bold combination of black, white, and gray. Robbie Fischer and I arrived in the early afternoon and joined a group who was viewing the wagtail from An eBird report attributing this bird to "White Wagtail (Chinese)" is in error. If you can improve it further, please do so. American Ornithologists' Union 1st edition (incl. rather disappointing results. much better photo was taken by Rick LeBaudour. (Craig Brelsford)East Siberian Wagtail Motacilla alba ocularis, near Pudong Airport, Shanghai, April. Breeding in Eurasia: widespread, also w Alaska; can be seen in 155 countries. American Ornithologists' Union 4th edition (incl. Do you have any more photos? Incubation Period. 2000 revisions) (v.1) American Ornithologists' Union 1st edition (incl. (v.?) Both Yellow and Gray Wagtails have various amounts of yellow 6th suppl.) The prealternate molt, The White Wagtail is a slender bird, 16.5–19 cm (6½–7½ in) in length (East Asian subspecies are longer, measuring up to 21 cm (8¼ in), with the characteristic long, constantly wagging tail of its genus. Subspecific information 9 subspecies. corrigenda vol.1-2) (v.1) September 2019; Indian BIRDS 15(3):95-96; Authors: Roland van der Vliet. However Russian authorities still consider them to be separate species the face and underparts were all white except for a modestly broad black bib across the chest. Howard and Moore 4th edition (incl. The tail was very long and black with the outer two rectrices entirely Its average weight is 25 g and the maximum lifespan in the wild is c. 12 years. in California. but birds in formative plumage can be difficult to identify. I don't have time for a completely detailed post about the bird's identity, but after looking through "Pipits and Wagtails" by Alstrom and Mild, it is clear that this bird is either the ocularis race ('Swinhoe's' White Wagtail) or lugens race ('Black-backed Wagtail') of White Wagtail… American Ornithologists' Union 1st edition (incl. (v.?) If it no longer meets these criteria, you can reassess it. 13th suppl.) 30th suppl.) Adults can be easily separated by wing pattern and back color Clements 5th edition (incl. East Siberian White Wagtail (Motacilla alba ocularis). 8th suppl.) across the lagoon. 11th suppl.) The other two subspecies all bear eyelines. (White wagtail was nominated as a Natural sciences good article, but it did not meet the good article criteria at the time. webs, not extending across the feather shaft. IOC World Bird Names, version 3.5 (v.1) ocularis, personata, subpersonata, and yarrellii), while the Black-backed Wagtail (Motacilla lugens) was com-posed of three subspecies (alboides, leucopsis, and lugens ). (v.1) For Black-backed Wagtail, 13-15 d (Nakamura et al. Bill seemed fine and short. Aydarli and Kolshengel are indicated using a common star. In 1982 the AOU split the White Wagtail into two species, White Wagtail (M. alba) and Black-backed Wagtail Of the various forms of White Wagtail, only two M. a. ocularis and M. a. lugens are known to occur ... Found throughout nearly all of China, White Wagtail Motacilla alba occurs from high mountains far from human habitation to parks in the biggest cities. In winter its range also extends south to central Africa and southern Asia (Alström & Mild 2003). American Ornithologists' Union 4th edition (incl. Source: Wikipedia, Order:   Passeriformes Motacilla alba ocularis - > n Siberia to nw Alaska / s Asia (Non-breeding) Motacilla alba lugens - > coastal se Siberia and islands, n Korea and n and c Japan / to se China (Non-breeding) Motacilla alba leucopsis - > inland se Siberia, c and e China, s Korea and sw Japan / India and se Asia (Non-breeding) Clements 5th edition (as published) (v.1) 19th suppl.) Clements, version 2018 (v.2) Singapore Birds. Photo taken April 23, 2002 by Yoshiki Watabe. IOC World Bird Names, version 7.2 (v.1) American Ornithologists' Union 2nd edition (incl. There are a few ways by which you can help the development of this page, such as joining the Flickr group for photos or providing translations of the site in addition languages. In the British Isles the darker sub-species the Pied Wagtail (M. a. yarrellii) predominates. the late October date is consistent with past California records of M. a. ocularis which tends to occur Clements 6th edition (version 6.6 incl. Singapore Birds. later in migration than M. a. lugens. Authorities recognizing this taxonomic concept: Species status: (v.1) American Ornithologists' Union 2nd edition (incl. (v.?) The pattern of The nominate subspecies Motacilla alba alba is basically grey above and white below, with a white face, black cap and black throat. (v.?) The subspecies lugens which accounts for some records was once considered its own species, Black-backed Wagtail, though it has been lumped with ocularis as the White Wagtail since the 2000s. East Siberian Wagtail resembles nominatealbabut shows a blackish eye-stripe and, on average, more white on the median and greater coverts than the eastern ‘dukhunensis’ population of the latter. Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 04 (Aug 2016) (v.1) (v.?) and have never been recorded in North America. IOC World Bird Names, version 6.2 (v.1) around the edges of the main lagoon. Pied Wagtail Motacilla alba This species is instantly recognisable with its black and white plumage and its long tail that always seems to be on the move. The white wagtail is the national bird of Latvia. 10th suppl.) Shows considerable variation in plumage across the world, but never has a clear, thin and contrasting eye-brow like White-browed or Japanese Wagtail. Clements 5th edition (incl. The forehead This decision was based on the same published studies ocularis (Swinhoe's White Wagtail). White Wagtail ssp alboides - Motacilla alba alboides White Wagtail ssp baicalensis - Motacilla alba baicalensis White Wagtail ssp ocularis - Motacilla alba ocularis TSN: 178478. 23rd suppl.) The white wagtail (Motacilla alba) is a small passerine bird in the family Motacillidae, which also includes pipits and longclaws.The species breeds in much of Europe and Asia and parts of North Africa.It has a toehold in Alaska as a scarce breeder. A number of species I've always taken for granted here in the past don't seem to be present. Howard and Moore 3rd edition (incl. IOC World Bird Names, version 7.3 (v.1) on their underparts as well as other differences. Clements 5th edition (incl. According to Alström et al northernmost breeders of alba, personata, baicalensis and ocularis arrive on the breeding grounds from mid-April to mid-May. White Wagtail at Buona Vista. American Ornithologists' Union 4th edition (incl. Clements, version 2016 (v.2) American Ornithologists' Union 4th edition (incl. American Ornithologists' Union 1st edition (incl. two back into a single species White Wagtail (M. alba). They are also non-migratory 1984 Nakamura, S., H. Hashimoto and O. Sootome. Incubation Period. eBird version 1.54 (v.1) was white, sometimes appearing to have a faint buff wash which was light dependent. Biogeographical map of Kazakhstan (Wassink & Oreel 2007) showing locations of East Siberian Wagtail Motacilla (alba) ocularis records. A migrant white wagtail in May can be considered late in The Netherlands as local alba are already breeding and the peak of yarrellii 's migration (mid-March to mid-April) is over. 2002 revisions) (v.1) Thus, although ageing may be more problematic than originally thought, the bird still appears to be an ocularis White Wagtail. Close ). IOC World Bird Names, version 6.3 (v.1) American Ornithologists' Union 1st edition (incl. 9th suppl.) No data for M. a. ocularis. its long tail. There was a distinct thin line Clements 5th edition (incl. Clements 6th edition (incl. Seen from river overlook just northwest of playground area. 14th suppl.) Both the Swinhoe's White and Black-backed wagtails are distinguished from other white-faced subspecies of the White Wagtail by a dark stripe through the eye. which were subsequently thought to be flawed. Tertials appears black with broad white fringes on the edges of the inner American Ornithologists' Union 4th edition (incl. Scientific Name: Motacilla alba Malay Name: Pipit-Kedidi Muka Putih Chinese Name: 白鹡鸰 Range: Breeding Range: (EU) widespread, also w Alaska Nonbreeding Range: OR, … American Ornithologists' Union 4th edition (incl. There are a number of other subspecies, some of which may have arisen because of partial geographic… (1984). Blogs with Photos. James Lee Peters (original) (v.1) was white, sometimes appearing to have a faint buff wash which was light dependent. Communication center of birdwatchers of Kazakhstan. Follow Blog via Email. IOC World Bird Names, version 3.1 (v.1) corrigenda 1.2) (v.1) American Ornithologists' Union 1st edition (1886) (v.?) American Ornithologists' Union 2nd edition (incl. (v.?) Howard and Moore 3rd edition (incl. Yes, it is a White Wagtail. IOC World Bird Names, version 4.3 (v.1) White Wagtail (Motacilla alba ocularis) (v.1) Share this: Twitter; Facebook; Like this: Like Loading... Search for: Search. Howard and Moore 3rd edition (incl. Howard and Moore 3rd edition (incl. eBird version 2017 (v.1) Joseph Morlan Highlight taxa in a checklist (shown in red) Photo credit: Francis Yap . IOC World Bird Names, version 7.1 (v.1) Each checklist can be viewed with photos shared by the birding community, and also printed as PDF checklists for field use. It is resident in the mildest parts of its range, but otherwise migrates to Africa. Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 02 (May 2014) (v.1) This appears to be a White Wagtail Motacilla alba of the northeast Siberian form ocularis with a fine dark eyestripe extending from the lores to the rear crown, solid gray back, absence of white on the flight feathers, and visible dark centers “shining” through on the greater coverts (also visible in my horrible blurry flight photograph below). 1-2) (v.1) (sensu lato) by some authors. (v.1) Occurs in varied open habitats, from wild grassy areas and wetlands to paved car parks and grassy lawns. American Ornithologists' Union 2nd edition (incl. with M. a. ocularis, the form occurring in the Russian Far East and breeding in adjacent Alaska. eBird version 2015 (v.1) Ocularis migrates inland across China and North Korea, wintering from Bangladesh to the Philippines. Hi, White Wagtails winter in the Kolkata (Calcutta) city area and the 1st lot is already in. Clements 6th edition (version 6.7 incl. The White Wagtail is a slender bird, 16.5–19 cm (6½–7½ in) in length (East Asian subspecies are longer, measuring up to 21 cm (8¼ in), with the characteristic long, constantly wagging tail of its genus. ocularis (Swinhoe's White Wagtail). Yes, it is a White Wagtail. 29th suppl.) IOC World Bird Names, version 6.1 (v.1) running from the base of the short thin bill through the eye and across the top of the auriculars. 20th suppl.) White wagtail is part of WikiProject Birds, an attempt at creating a standardized, informative and easy-to-use ornithological resource.If you would like to participate, visit the project page, where you can join the discussion and see a list of open tasks. White Wagtail (ocularis) Number observed: 1. (v.?) Adult White Wagtail (M. a. ocularis) in alternate plumage. Review: December 4, 2018. eBird version 2016 (v.1) According to the information on internet, the ocularis subspecies(the gray-backed White Wagtail… Taxonomy and systematics[edit] The white wagtail was one of the many species originally described by Linnaeus in his 18th-century work, Systema Naturae, and it still bears its original name of Motacilla alba. American Ornithologists' Union 2nd edition (incl. Clements, version 2017 (v.2) but they have a dark mantle year round and lack the dark transocular stripe of our bird. Avibase taxonomic concepts v. 01 (August 2013) (v.1) The following description is based on memory and on photos: An active wagtail with gray mantle including scapulars but with a slightly darker gray crown. Ocularis migrates inland across China and North Korea, wintering from Bangladesh to the Philippines. You must be logged in to view your sighting details. Clements 6th edition (incl. 22nd suppl.) There are many subspecies of White Wagtail in the world, all looking very much alike. Clements 6th edition (version 6.8 incl. 2005 revisions) (v.1) American Ornithologists' Union 4th edition (incl. White Wagtail is M. a. ocularis, which, together with lugens, differs from other forms of White Wagtail in its black eyestripe; both forms winter in southeast Asia. White Wagtail Motacilla alba is mainly an Old World species, widely distributed as a breeder from south-east Greenland over the entire Palearctic and south-east Asia to north- west Alaska. 311 views Privacy policy, Bird checklists - taxonomy - distribution - maps - links. Details: Continuing bird. MIGRA nON Breeding ranges of White Wagtail forms in northeast Asia and Alaska are mapped in Figure 2. Do you have any more photos? American Ornithologists' Union 4th edition (incl. Clements, version 2019 (v.2) The form there is 32nd suppl.) I think it should be subspecies ocularis, but there are some aspects (the amount of white in the greater coverts and the shape of the eyestripe) that look like lugens.Photos showing the rump pattern would be especially useful. All birds have a white or whitish forehead that typically contrasts with the gray or black crown. of White Wagtail (M. a. ocularis) breeds from Yenisei River in central Russia east to Siberia, south to areas around the Sea of Okhotsk, the northern end of the Kamchatka Peninsula and sparingly into western coastal regions of Alaska, but is a rare vagrant anywhere in the state This gray-backed White Wagtail, with the Scientific Name Motacilla alba ocularis, belongs to the ocularis subspecies under the main White Wagtail species with the Scientific Name Motacilla alba in general. the wing coverts combined with the dark flight feathers are the strongest field marks. Breeding ranges of White Wagtail forms in northeast Asia and Alaska are mapped in Figure 2. We then moved to the trail on the south side of the lagoon and spent the next hour studying This gray-backed White Wagtail, with the Scientific Name Motacilla alba ocularis, belongs to the ocularis subspecies under the main White Wagtail species with the Scientific Name Motacilla alba in general. Ornis Fennica 50:53-82. IOC World Bird Names, version 5.4 (v.1) IOC World Bird Names, version 10.1 (v.1) This species breeds in much of Europe and Asia and parts of north Africa. Description, distribution, maps, biology of all species of birds of Kazakhstan. (v.?) The Black-backed Wagtail (M. lugens), nesting in eastern Siberia and Japan, was split by the AOU (1983) from the White Wagtail. IOC World Bird Names, version 8.1 (v.1) (v.1) none Zoonomen - Zoological Nomenclature Resource (v.1), Avibase has been visited 312,401,940 times since 24 June 2003. The nominate subspecies Motacilla alba alba is basically grey above and white below, with a white face, black cap and black throat. (v.?) In some birds, the blackish eye-stripe is absent on the lores (Alström et al2003). 15th suppl.) 03231997 42,544 views 4:09 Legs appeared thin and spindly. (v.?) Clements 6th edition (v.1) On the breeding biology of the White Wagtail (Motacilla alba) in central Finland. (v.1) Motacilla [alba, yarrellii, subpersonata, baicalensis, personata or ocularis] Some plumages of Citrine Wagtail appear largely gray and white but MyAvibase allows you to create and manage your own lifelists, and produce useful reports to help you plan your next birding excursion. American Ornithologists' Union 4th edition (incl. corrigenda 5) (v.1) In my opinion this individual shows characters consistent It is resident in the mildest parts of its range, but otherwise migrates to Africa. White Wagtail ssp ocularis - Motacilla alba ocularis; White Wagtail ssp lugens - Motacilla alba lugens; White Wagtail ssp leucopsis - Motacilla alba leucopsis; White Wagtail ssp alba - Motacilla alba alba; Species Details; Observations; Maps; Photos; Sounds; Statistics; On/in; Names; White Wagtail - Motacilla alba. Handbook of the Birds of the World Alive (03/07/2017) (v.1) the face pattern of that species is quite different. Handbook of the Birds of the World and Birdlife (Dec 2017) (v.1) 20 October 2015 (v.1) The Black-backed Wagtail (M. lugens), nesting in eastern Siberia and Japan, was split by the AOU (1983) from the White Wagtail. (v.?) The White-tailed Flycatcher is not a widespread species in the Eastern Himalayas; possibly breeding in south-eastern Arunachal and wintering in adjacent Upper Assam and the Patkai Hills. James Lee Peters (2nd edition) (v.1) 2012 revisions) (v.2) Genus:   Motacilla, Short link:   https://avibase.ca/79C9C30A, Taxonomic Serial Number: According to the information on internet, the ocularis subspecies(the gray-backed White Wagtail) comes from Siberia. East Siberian Wagtail Motacilla alba ocularis, near Pudong Airport, Shanghai, April. 28th suppl.) East Siberian Wagtail, White Wagtail, Motacilla alba ocularis, This beautiful male Wagtail was seen only 5 times while in Hong Kong. (1998), namely White Wagtail Motacilla alba, Pied Wagtail M. yarrellii, Moroccan Wagtail M. subpersonata, Masked Wagtail M. personata, Himalayan Wagtail M. alboides, Black-backed Wagtail M. lugens, East Siberian Wagtail M. ocularis, Amur Wagtail M. leucopsisand Baikal Wagtail M. baicalensis. 33rd suppl.) corrigenda 8) (v.1) The prebasic molt (July to September), partial in juveniles, is mostly com- pleted on the breeding grounds prior to migration. corrigenda 6) (v.1) eBird version 1.55 (v.1) 2005), the White Wagtail is comprised of nine subspecies (Alström and Mild 2003). 1st suppl.) Howard and Moore 3rd edition (incl. American Ornithologists' Union 4th edition (incl. Of these, only four To register to myAvibase click here. (v.?) Hi, White Wagtails winter in the Kolkata (Calcutta) city area and the 1st lot is already in. 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